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October 23, 2023|
As technology continues to advance, so do the methods employed by cybercriminals. Cyber blackmail, a form of digital extortion, has been on the rise worldwide, and the UAE is no exception. Many individuals have fallen victim to these crimes. To combat this growing threat, it is essential to understand the legal framework and measures outlined in the UAE Cybercrime Law (Federal Decree-Law No. 34/2021) and take steps to protect yourself from falling victim to cyber blackmail. As cyber blackmail incidents surge globally, understanding how to protect yourself is essential.
October 03, 2023|
This article explores the legal foundations and responsibilities related to rumour control in the UAE using both the UAE Federal Decree-Law No. 34/2021 (Cybercrime Law) and the Federal Decree-Law No. 31/2021 (Penal Code).
August 16, 2022|
Phishing scams are very common, especially with internet being so readily accessible on mobile phones. Phishing is a scam under which a person is tricked through emails, text messages or even calls. The scam is often done with the intent to steal personal information of the victim, including names, passwords, credit card details. It could also lead to a virus or a malware being installed on the device of the victim.;
March 13, 2022|
The United Arab Emirates has issued for the first time a federal law for the protection of personal data, namely the 'Federal Decree-Law no. 45/2021 on the Protection of Personal Data' ('Personal Data Protection Law').
February 07, 2022|
The UAE has been at the forefront of taking decisive and proactive measures to curb the prevalence of cyber-attacks in the region. The Cyber security centre aims to combat the increasing cyberattacks by establishing best practices and guidelines for managing security threats and vulnerabilities, and thereby to protect the information infrastructure of the UAE’s banking and financial system.
January 18, 2022|
Instances that can be considered cyberbullying include posting embarrassing photos of someone on social media or spreading lies about someone, even impersonating someone and sending mean messages in their name to others.
January 07, 2022|
Cybercrimes in UAE are regulated under Federal degree law number 5 of 2012, and its amendments are commonly referred to as the ‘UAE Cybercrime law’.
September 09, 2021|
This article, we would like to take you through the main concepts of cybercrime with a special focus on how the UAE tackles these issues.
September 06, 2021|
Despite the allure that cryptocurrencies offer, there are some core legal issues that should be well understood to ensure that you are not lured into a scam.
September 05, 2021|
The pandemic has led to increased crime risk all around the world and 'credit card frauds' constitute one of the most prevalent methods for swindling money.
August 30, 2021|
Various global studies showcase that cybercriminals increasingly choose to operate in jurisdictions wherein either there are weak cybercrimes laws or no e-crime regulations at all.
September 16, 2020|
Global pandemic has left the whole society and economy vulnerable in all aspects around the globe. Legal Consultants of Dubai have observed numerous changes in the laws and regulations throughout the pandemic situation and has implemented several measures to prevent its further spread.
March 04, 2020|
Originated in a small city Wuhan of China, Coronavirus has now caused serious perturbation globally.
December 25, 2019|
We read plenty of things online specifically to our social media feeds that may appear to be authentic, but frequently aren't. Fake news is information or hoaxes created to intentionally deceive or misinform readers.
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