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    Can the “downward content” campaign be turned into a law in Parliament? An expert answers

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    Can the “downward content” campaign be turned into a law in Parliament? An expert answers Empty Can the “downward content” campaign be turned into a law in Parliament? An expert answers

    Post by Rocky Thu 16 Feb 2023, 5:12 am

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    Legal expert Ali Al-Tamimi confirmed, on Wednesday, that there is a possibility to convert the campaign of derogatory content into a law from Parliament, while indicating that there is a great societal importance to the continuation of the campaign after the level reached by social networking sites.
    Al-Tamimi said in a press interview seen by “Takadam” that “there is a possibility to convert the campaign into law through legislation from the House of Representatives,” noting that “the Penal Code is punishable in Article 403 of it by imprisonment for a period of two years and a fine for negative publication.”
    And he went on: “The responsible authorities must establish a special section in the Media and Communications Commission, which would serve as an amendment to Law 65 of 2004,” adding that “the section consists of media and legal specialists who monitor what is published, and in the event that a crime is noticed, it is referred to the competent court according to the jurisdiction.”
    He continued, "Iraq needs to legislate the Anti-Cybercrime Law to be a solution to such common crimes."
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