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EU concerned over Cybercrimes Law; urges fundamental freedoms… | #cybercrime | #computerhacker

AMMAN — The European Union (EU) has expressed apprehension
through a statement on the European Union External Action website. The lead
spokesperson for foreign affairs and security policy, Peter Stano, conveyed the
EU’s concerns regarding the recently revised Cybercrimes Law adopted by the
Kingdom.اضافة اعلان

The statement acknowledges the Kingdom’s endeavor to
establish a strong legislative framework to combat cybercrime and address
evolving security challenges. However, the EU has pointed out specific
provisions within the new law that diverge from international human rights standards. These provisions raise the potential for limitations on both online
and offline freedom of expression.

The EU urges the Jordanian authorities to ensure the
unwavering protection of fundamental freedoms during the implementation of the
law, aligning with Jordan’s international obligations. The EU suggests engaging
with relevant stakeholders, including Jordanian civil society, deeming it
crucial for its success.

Underlining its steadfast support for Jordan’s commitment to political modernization, the EU reiterated its dedication to aiding Jordan’s
continuous efforts to fortify human rights, strengthen governance practices,
uphold the rule of law, and stands ready to collaborate with Jordan in these

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