Dubai issues a warning of a fine of 500,000 dirhams and 7 years in prison due to some publishing violations

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As a result of certain publishing offenses, Dubai has issued a warning that one could face a fine of more than 500,000 dirhams and seven years in prison.

Dubai warns of some violations related to publications.

A number of breaches relating to publications have been brought to Dubai's attention.

A fine of over Dh500,000 and possible jail time have been imposed in Dubai for the disclosure and destruction of'secret' government material.

A prison sentence of at least seven years is the punishment that the authorities impose on those who violate the law.

According to the Public Prosecution, the Dubai authority will impose harsh punishments on people who engage in illegal activities using private government information or data.

Punishment for violating the rumors law in Dubai.

This is the punishment for breaking the law in Dubai regarding rumors.

According to Dubai's legal system, this is the penalty for disobeying the law surrounding rumors.

Those who break the legislation involving rumors and cybercrime will be subject to severe punishment, according to the authorities, which includes a minimum of seven years in prison and a minimum of Dh500,000 in fines. This punishment will be imposed on those who breach the legislation.

Offenders who violate the legislation regarding rumors and cybercrime will be subject to a severe punishment that includes a minimum of Dh500,000 in fines and a minimum of seven years in prison, according to the authority.

Individuals who get, defy, disclose, destroy, edit, expose, or erase any confidential government information or data without authorization from the government would be subject to severe punishments under this provision.

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