Journal of Business and Law

ISSN: 2521-439x(print)

e-ISSN: 2959-2879(online)

Volume 8 / Issue 1

Classification Of Electronic Crimes According To The Nature Of The Right Assaulted (A Comparative Study Between The Palestinian And Emirati Legislations)


Mohammad Badousi



This research investigates the issue of the different classifications of electronic crimes, and the importance of classifying them in the criminal law, with a focus on the specificity and the importance of the right assaulted in classifying them, as well as the importance of classifying them according to this criterion at all stages of the legal process to Combatting phenomenon of electronic crime. In this study we also investigates, the approach of Palestinian and Emirati legislators in classifying and regulating the provisions electronic crimes and Communications Crimes & information technology, pursuant to Decree-Law No. 10 of 2018, and Federal Law Decree-Law No. 34 of 2021 on combating phenomenon of electronic crime. At the end of the study, the researcher reached a set of conclusions and recommendations, One of the most important of conclusions is that The classification of electronic crimes based on the criterion of the right assaulted constitutes a vital issue in confronting these crimes, just as the Palestinian legislator did not follow a specific approach in his classification of electronic crimes and their substantive and procedural provisions, as the UAE legislator did in organizing and classifying crimes according to a clear approach. One of the most important recommendations is the necessity of the legislator the need for the Palestinian legislator to make amendments to the electronic crimes Law, classify these crimes, and separate the substantive and procedural provisions within this law, as well as amend the texts of Articles (21, 28, 48) of this law.

DOI: 10.51958/AAUJBL2024V8I1P6