Public Prosecution: 5 years imprisonment and fine of 3 million riyals for those who post pictures or clips of curfew violations

Saudi Press Agency

Riyadh March 24, 2020, SPA — The Public Prosecution in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has warned against producing pictures or video clips of violations of the curfew order, or inciting to violate it, and publishing it through information technology.
The Public Prosecution confirmed, through its official account on the Twitter platform, that this is a grave crime that requires arrest and that the perpetrator, according to Article Six of the Information Crime Prevention Law, is punished with imprisonment for 5 years and a fine of 3 million riyals.

The Public Prosecution explained that the punishment will be applied to violators without questioning informers

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