Drop in electronic crimes in the country

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

The percentage of electronic crimes the prosecution investigated in 2018 dropped to nearly 50 percent from 2017. The information prosecution that investigates such crimes registered 1,250 cases last year out of 1,500 it received.

The sources said the drop of this type of crime last year to 1,250, during which 2,400 IT cases were registered out of 2,700, is due to implementing laws pertaining these crimes. The drop is also due to the increased legal awareness by individuals about the danger of crimes committed on various social media, in addition to the issuance of many convictions during the past years.

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