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Cyber Crimes and Their Punishments in Pakistan

National Assembly approves Cyber Crime Bill 2016, salient features of Cyber Crimes and Their Punishments in Pakistan,Electronic Crime Bill 2016

 National Assembly approves Cyber Crime Bill 2015
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April 2016 big news for internet using community is approval of cyber crime bill 2015 through national assembly. I got its soft copy; also, upload it here at the end of this article. Peoples are discussing it over electronic and print media; some are appraising it while others are calling it an end to internet freedom. The main objective of this bill is to control the cyber crimes. Initially, it was proposed in 2oo7 with certain punishments, due to strong criticism from civil society and other factors could not be approved by the national assembly. This document consists of 43 pages about protection 0f electronic crimes like illegal hacking, illegal interference, fraud, and cyber terrorism etc with heavy fines.
Cyber Crimes and Their Punishments in Pakistan
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According to recently approved cyber crime bill 2015, there are severe punishments even for smaller offenses. You  can read details in a full document provided below, there is the short list of offenses with a detail of punishments.
Crime; Unauthorized copying of anyone’s data.
Punishment;  Jail for six months or a fine of Rs. 100,000 or both.
Crime; Unauthorized access to critical data, govt website etc.
Punishment;  Jail for up to three years or a fine of up to Rs. 1 Million or both.
Crime; Damaging Critical Data.
Punishment;  Jail for seven years or with a fine of up to Rs. 10 million or both.
Crime; Cyber Terrorism: Threatens to commit any of the offenses such as damaging critical data, spreading hate speech.
Punishment;  Jail for 14 years or up to Rs. 50 million in fine or both.
Crime; Electronic Fraud.
Punishment; Jail for a term of two years or a fine of up to Rs. 10 million or both.
Crime; Unauthorized use of someone’s identity.
Punishment; Jail for three years and a fine of up to Rs. five million or both.
Crime; Tampering etc. of communication.
Punishment; Jail term of three years or a fine of Rs. 1 million or both.
Crime; Offenses against the dignity of a person: Spreading false information of anyone.
Punishment; Jail for three years or a fine of Rs. one million or both.
Crime; Writing or spreading a malicious code.
Punishment; Jail for two years or a fine of Rs. one million or both.
Crime; Spamming.
Punishment; Fine of fifty thousand rupees for the first time.
Crime; Spoofing or Parody.
Punishment; Jail for three years or a fine of Rs. 500,000 or both.
Crime; Online harassment, vulgar, indecent communication.
Punishment; Jail for one year or a fine of Rs. 1 million or both.
Crime; Displaying or showing a sexually explicit image/video of anyone.
Punishment; Jail for seven years or a fine of up to Rs. five million or both.
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Crime; Unauthorized Interception.
Punishment; Jail for a term of two years or with a fine up to five hundred thousand rupees or with both.
Crime; Unauthorized Issuance of SIM cards.
Punishment; Jail for a term of three years or a fine of Rs. 500,000 or both.
Crime; Making, obtaining, or supplying device for use in the offense.
Punishment; Jail for a term of six months or a fine of Rs. 50,000 or both.
Crime; Glorification of an offense and hate speech, religious etc.
Punishment; Jail for a term of five years or fine up to Rs. 10 million or both.
Crime; Damaging data of anyone’s phone, laptop etc.
Punishment; Jail for a term of two years or a fine of up to Rs. 500,000 or both.
Crime; Unauthorized copying of critical data.
Punishment; Jail for a term of five years or with a fine of Rs. 5 million rupees or both.
Cyber Crimes Punishments in Pakistan

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Recent Updates 

Cyber Crime Bill Passes Unanimously by Senate Standing Committee

These are the complete details about Cyber crime bill passes unanimously by senate standing committee. The Senate Standing Committee on Information Technology and Telecommunication on Tuesday unanimously passed the amended “Electronic Crime Bill 2016” whose details are given below.


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Cyber Crime Bill Passes pakistan
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Electronic Crime Bill 2016 Final Status

Minister of State for Information Technology and Telecommunication Anusha Rehman said that the amended “Electronic Crime Bill 2016” will be made a law from 1st August 2016 to affectively deal with cyber crimes in the country.

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