United Arab Emirates amended Cybercrimes Law
United Arab Emirates amended its Cybercrimes Law with new provisions, according to Emirates News Agency. The new article 26 stipulates an imprisonment period and a financial fine for offenders who set up, manage or run a website or publish information on the computer network or information technology means for the interest of a terrorist group or other unauthorized entities or with the aim to incite hate. Article no. 28 stipulates a temporary imprisonment and a fine for offenders who set up, manage or run a website or publish information on the computer network or information technology with the aim to endanger the national security, higher interests of the State, its public order, or attacks on any member of the judicial courts system. Article no. 42 stipulates the court may decide deportation of a foreigner convicted in a crime specified in Federal Decree-Law No. 05.