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Legal Consultation and Representation in Cybercrimes Law UAE

Cybercrime is defined as any crime involving the use of computers and the internet.

Cybercrime is becoming increasingly prevalent in the UAE, as it is in many other nations.

Some of the most prevalent cybercrimes in the UAE are as follows:
● Phishing is a sort of fraud in which thieves send emails or text messages purporting to be from a reputable source, such as a bank or government agency. The emails or text messages frequently include a link that, when clicked, redirects the victim to a false website that seems to be the actual website. The crooks can take the victim’s personal information after they input it.
● Hacking is the unauthorized use of a computer system or network. Hacking can be used to steal information, install software, or disrupt operations.
● Cyberbullying is the use of internet communication to harass someone, generally by sending frightening or threatening messages.
● The use of the internet to conduct fraud is known as online fraud. Identity theft, credit card fraud, and wire fraud are all examples of this.