Isang Pinay domestic worker sa KSA ay sinampahan ng cybercrime case dahil sa mga posting sa social media na pagsuporta umano sa terrorist group.
Inirekomenda ng prosecutor’s office sa korte ang hatol na maximum penalty sang-ayon Article 6 and 7 of ng cyber crime law ng Saudi Arabia.
Note: Ang maximum penalty based sa Article 6 & 7 ay lima (5) hanggang sampung (10) taon na pagkakulong at tatlo (3) million Riyals hanggang limang (5) million na fine.
Nasa baba po ang link ng Arabic News at ang Google Translation nito.
July 17, 2018
The trial of “Filipina” supported the organization of advocacy and media support
A lawsuit filed in the Specialized Criminal Court today against a “Filipina nationality” female domestic worker supports the organization of the terrorist advocate and the connection with the IDs supporting the organization and providing media support to it and storing it that would harm the public order.
In the details of the indictment against the resident of the Philippines, the prosecutor stated that she was convinced of the ideas of the organization of the terrorist advocate and his orientation and support for him, and to communicate with some supporters of the organization at home and abroad and follow up the news of the organization and the published publications and create identifiers for the same purpose, With a number of supporting identifiers to organize and provide media support to them by glorifying them, promoting them, spreading their ideas, and republishing them for the same purpose.
The indictment accused the defendant of preparing, sending, and storing anything that would harm the public order by maintaining its telephone and computer seizures of boycotts and pictures supporting the organization of calling the terrorist and establishing identifiers in social networking sites and communicating through them with supporting identifiers to organize the terrorist’s advocate, Of versions through their social networking accounts in Twitter and Facebook.
The prosecutor demanded that she be sentenced to the maximum sentence set forth in the first clause of Royal Order No. 44, which is to be sentenced to the maximum sentence prescribed in Article VI and VII of the IT Crimes Law and to be deported to her country after the end of her sentence In order to prevent its evil.