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You Can Be Fined RM558,000 and Jailed If You Spy on Your Partner’s Phone in Saudi Arabia

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Source: Arab News & Malay Mail

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Trust and loyalty are two crucial elements of any healthy relationship. Both are hard to come by these days, and if you finally found someone that trusts you and is loyal to you, please treat the person the same too.

Spying On Your Husband's Phone Is A Crime Punishable By Rm558,000 Fine Or Imprisonment - World Of Buzz 1

Source: malay mail

Apparently, now it is a crime if you don’t trust your partner in Saudi Arabia.

To be specific, if you are caught spying on your spouse’s phone to prove his or her disloyalty, you can be imprisoned up to one year or charged with an RM558,000 fine or both.

Spying On Your Husband's Phone Is A Crime Punishable By Rm558,000 Fine Or Imprisonment - World Of Buzz

As reported by Arab News, Saudi Arabia has criminalised the act and has listed it under ‘cybercrimes’. It is illegal for anyone to access their partner’s phone without permission, and it is equivalent to hacking.

Spying On Your Husband's Phone Is A Crime Punishable By Rm558,000 Fine Or Imprisonment - World Of Buzz 2

Source: truthfinder

If you are only looking through the contents of the phone without extracting any texts, images, or video, then the punishment is lesser.

What do you think of such a rule? Should it be applied here in Malaysia too? We want to know your opinion.

Also read: Woman Ingeniously Uses Weighing Scale She Bought for BF to Prove That He Was Cheating

Spying On Your Spouse's Phone Is A Crime Punishable By Rm558,000 Fine Or Imprisonment - World Of Buzz


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