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    [size=52]Electronic blackmail in Iraq...a crime that begins with the phone and ends with the disintegration of society[/size]

    [size=45]Modern technological development has led to the emergence of several crimes, including the crime of electronic blackmail, which still does not have a deterrent law to limit it and protect Iraqi society, as the crime of electronic blackmail is a new, dangerous and destructive phenomenon that emerged with the emergence of the World Wide Web, “the Internet,” and the tremendous growth that has occurred in communication technologies and the use of communication sites. Social.
    The primary goal of the blackmail process is for the perpetrator, the “blackmailer,” to obtain sums of money or to carry out illegal acts in various ways with the victim, the “victim.” Because of the greed and avarice of weak-minded people, the victim fulfills the desires of the blackmailer for fear of publishing pictures or private information related to his reputation, life, or currency.[/size]
    [size=45]A luring victim.
    A moment of trust and humanitarian work can turn into electronic blackmail in the story of a 20-year-old girl who needed help in the middle of the road due to a breakdown in her car. A young man in his twenties tried to provide her with assistance, or claimed to do so, and asked her for her phone to call one of his friends, but she did not. It takes a few seconds, but in reality he was using it to blackmail her.
    The matter did not become clear until weeks later, when the girl received a threatening message on a social media program, Telegram. He sent pictures of her and pictures of her family at her brother’s wedding and asked her for a sum of money. Because of her fear of society, customs and traditions, the girl received him and paid the sum of money, but he was not satisfied with that, but rather continued to threaten her and ask for sums of money. Financial matters took a long time until the girl sought the help of a blackmailer who helped her get rid of the blackmailer’s threats.
    The Director of the Anti-Crime Office, Lieutenant Colonel Sinan Al-Saadoun, said in an interview with (Al-Mada), that “the location of the most prominent blackmailers in Iraq, especially in Baghdad, including the so-called (M, A) has been identified through the assistance of technical efforts and the assistance of the Dean of the Technical Department to follow him and monitor his accounts, as It caught their attention that he spends huge sums of money in cafes tonight, distributes his personal numbers, and claims to be a fighter against blackmail. He also owns many sites on social media, most of which were to fight blackmail.”
    He added, “His victims were not limited only to Baghdad, but his crimes spread to the rest of the governorates, and his crimes were not limited to blackmail only, but there were also rape crimes. Therefore, an acknowledgment of the arrest of the accused red-handed was obtained through the last victim who was blackmailed.”
    The lieutenant colonel personally met her and agreed with her by luring the blackmailer to have him committed red-handed, and in fact, they were forced to hand over the amount of $600 in one of the areas of Baghdad, specifically in the Al-Mansour area. The operation was completed successfully, and the accused was arrested, the devices he owned were seized, and the other cases hidden in his file were mentioned, according to Saying it.
    The lazy law
    , in turn, says the law consultant Duaa Al-Kaabi in an interview with (Al-Mada), that “the crime of electronic blackmail is one of the modern crimes in Iraqi society. There is no special law for electronic crimes in Iraq. A draft law on the crime of electronic blackmail was put before the attention of the legislative authority at the beginning of 2022, but It was not issued even daily:
    She explained that “the amended Iraqi Penal Code No. 111 of 1969, with all its articles and paragraphs, did not leave a felony, misdemeanor, or violation without determining the appropriate punishment for it.”
    She continued, “However, even if the women file a (secret) complaint, the security services cannot directly investigate the cases unless there is a judicial warrant coming from the court so that the matter is official, especially if the blackmailer is using a fake account, as the process of hacking these accounts to obtain sufficient information requires official approvals.” Memos and signatures sometimes force women to withdraw for fear of creating noise about their issues.”
    Family disintegration
    For her part, educational professor Amal Kazem confirms in an interview with (Al-Mada), “The important and fundamental role of families in such widespread phenomena in our society. The family is the first watchdog for their children, and therefore it is necessary to approach the structure, follow up on their behavior, and alert them to what is right and wrong, what is permissible and what is forbidden.”
    She pointed out that “the lack of family ties and the lack of parents following up on their children’s behavior and staying away from them facilitates the process of falling into the trap of these weak-minded people and exploiting the victim.” She noted that the blackmailer’s motives are to obtain financial gains through the threat of publishing the pictures and information he obtained. For
    his
    part, a lecturer in the Sociology Department, Shaker Saeed, told Al-Mada: “One of the effects of blackmail on society is the prevalence of a spirit of mistrust among Iraqi society. It also leads to the disintegration of primary relationships, which are intended here between family members in the first place and in the second place.” Between friends, blackmail also instills a spirit of pessimism within the victim, and this feeling is not limited only to the victim, but also to those who watch the blackmail stories, especially women.”
    The role of the media
    In addition, a teacher in the media department, Dhamia Al-Rubaie, said in an interview with (Al-Mada), “The media is one of the most important means adopted globally in reducing crimes of all kinds, especially electronic blackmail, which has begun to invade our Arab and Iraqi societies in particular. Therefore, the media is one of the means of guidance, awareness, and guidance for every victim of electronic blackmail to follow legal methods to trap blackmailers.”
    Also in the language of numbers, the Director of the Relations and Media Department at the Ministry of Interior, Major General Khaled Al-Muhanna, announced on January 20, 2024, “Community police units provided psychological and moral support to (9,384) victims of electronic blackmail, domestic violence, and escape.”
    The statistics ranged from providing care and community support to (1,455) victims of electronic blackmail, (7,362) victims of domestic violence, and (567) fugitives, both male and female, who were returned to their families during the year 2023, according to Al-Mahna.
    According to the community police, blackmail operations are carried out through two methods. The first is to build excessive trust by the victim with the blackmailer, who begins the blackmail as soon as he obtains private photos or certain personal information. The second method is electronic hacking due to many people’s ignorance of the necessary security requirements and protection of their phones and devices. e.[/size]
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