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Facebook in Algeria .. Blackmail, harassment and piracy




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The Al-Shorouq newspaper reported that 1140 e-crimes were recorded, in which several ministers and high-level officials were killed in the country. They were blackmail, threats, defamation and personal freedom through social networking sites.

The newspaper added that a large number of cases involved the inclusion of various areas, including official bodies and sovereign ministries, including piracy offenses, extortion, defamation, electronic harassment, or even fraud.

Major Drameh Fareed, one of the largest cybercriminals in the Center for Criminal Proceedings, said that the number of crimes involving juvenile or blue-collar criminals is increasing and more than 136 cases concern minors.

According to official figures, Algeria has more than 30 million Internet users, while Algerian Facebook users have risen from 19 million to 21 million, while more than 15 million are using various social networks.

After a national gendarmerie leader in the Center for the prevention and control of cybercrime and cybercrime, after hundreds of complaints, women who encounter foreigners using social networking sites have released specific alerts.

He said "It is difficult to arrest a foreigner who has taken an Algerian woman a month or a month, because it is not the case when the person involved or the involved persons."

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The Al-Shorouq newspaper reported that 1140 e-crimes were recorded, in which several ministers and high-level officials were killed in the country. They were blackmail, threats, defamation and personal freedom through social networking sites.

The newspaper added that a large number of cases involved the inclusion of various areas, including official bodies and sovereign ministries, including piracy offenses, extortion, defamation, electronic harassment, or even fraud.

Major Drameh Fareed, one of the largest cybercriminals in the Center for Criminal Proceedings, said that the number of crimes involving juvenile or blue-collar criminals is increasing and more than 136 cases concern minors.

According to official figures, Algeria has more than 30 million Internet users, while Algerian Facebook users have risen from 19 million to 21 million, while more than 15 million are using various social networks.

After a national gendarmerie leader in the Center for the prevention and control of cybercrime and cybercrime, after hundreds of complaints, women who encounter foreigners using social networking sites have released specific alerts.

"It's difficult to arrest a foreigner who has been a month or an Algerian woman, because it's not the case that a person involved or involved is from Algeria," he said.


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