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Cyber Blackmailing Reportage

What is blackmailing?

The Omani law defines blackmailing as the act of threatening or blackmailing someone to get him to do the act or omission, with some form of punishment if he/she does not offer the request. The cybercrime law identified in the eighteenth article a term not less than one month and not more than three years and a fine of not less than one thousand RO and not more than three thousand RO or one of these penalties. The penalty shall be temporary imprisonment for not less than three years nor more than ten years and a fine of not less than three thousand RO and not exceeding ten thousand RO if the threat to commit a crime or breach of the attribution of moral turpitude.

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05 Oct 2016
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