Cyber Crimes and Technical Issues under the Jordanian Information System Crimes Law

Raed S A Faqir, Saleh Sharari, Salameh A. Salameh

Abstract


The Information Systems Crimes Law No (30) of 2010 has been dealt in detail and other traditional criminal laws were discussed in brief. The primary objective of the current study was to determine the Jordanian legal mechanism for fighting cyber-crimes with concentrating on Information System Crimes Law, 2010, cyber-crime’s terminology, nature and scope, and challenges to criminal justice system in Jordan. The second objective was to determine and analyze Jordanian criminal statutes of cyber-crimes, cyber-criminal activity, cyber-crimes against Persons, and cyber-crimes against property, criminalities and technology. A final objective was to identify impact of cyber crimes on criminal law, limitations of Jordanian cyber- crimes law of 2010.


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