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Legal: The Ministry of Communications has not fought "electronic armies" for this reason

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Post by rocky on Fri 16 Feb 2018, 2:23 am


Legal: The Ministry of Communications has not fought "electronic armies" for this reason

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The judge and former MP Wael Abdul Latif revealed on Friday the participation of the Ministry of Communications in the deployment of electronic armies, stressing that the ministry can combat this, but quotas and political interests prevent the banning of armies.
"The electronic armies are mostly deployed before the elections and indicate the weakness of their leadership and funding," Abdullatif said in a statement. "The people can not change their view of all those who misuse it. Improve their image among the people ".
"The electronic armies are a weak weapon and operate in secret with the support of influential political figures," he said. "Legal punishment is difficult to find because the law guarantees freedom of opinion and expression."
He pointed out that "the Ministry of Communications can work with Facebook and other social media, in order to block suspicious sites and propagate misconceptions, but it may also be common and supportive of these armies in accordance with political interests."

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Post by rocky on Fri 16 Feb 2018, 2:53 am

Legal reveals why the Ministry of Communications did not combat the "electronic armies"
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The judge and former MP Wael Abdul Latif revealed on Friday the participation of the Ministry of Communications acceptance of the deployment of electronic armies, stressing that the ministry can combat it, but quotas and political interests prevent the ban of armies.
 
He said, "Abdul Latif," in a press statement, "The electronic armies are deployed mostly before the elections, and indicate the weakness of the leadership and funding," adding that "the people can not change his view of all those who abused him, where some seek through their armies to the electronic Improve their image among the people ".
 
He explained that "electronic armies is a weak weapon, and operates in secret with the support of influential political figures," stressing that "legal punishment is difficult to find this phenomenon, where the law guaranteed freedom of opinion and expression."
 
He pointed out that "the Ministry of Communications can work with Facebook and other social media, in order to block suspicious sites and promote misconceptions, but it may also be common and supportive of these armies in accordance with political interests."


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