A fine of 2,000 dirhams is the penalty for Photo taking violations in the UAE

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The court imposed a fine of 2,000 dirhams as a penalty for violations of taking pictures in the Emirates due to taking a picture in a commercial area in the Emirates against a foreign resident of European nationality who took it to document a violation of a saleswoman in a nearby store.

A fine of 2,000 dirhams for taking a picture in a commercial area in the Emirates

In the United Arab Emirates, taking a picture in a public place can result in a fine of 2,000 dirhams, A foreign resident of European nationality who took a picture in a commercial area in the Emirates in order to document the violation of a saleswoman at a neighboring store was given a fine of 2,000 dirhams by the court for taking the image. The picture was taken to document the violation.

A European depicts a juice seller without asking her permission

A European paints a picture of a juice vendor without first obtaining her consent, A European seller resorted to an illegal method in order to document a complaint against an employee in a nearby shop. He took a photo of the employee while she was working in the shop, and then he sent the photo to the person in charge of the sales area via the "WhatsApp" application. This action caused the employee to file a complaint against the European seller, and she referred the matter to the Public Prosecution in Dubai. This resulted in him being brought to the court that deals with misdemeanor offenses, where he was charged with "taking and publishing pictures in a public place with the intention of harming its owner." The circumstances of the case indicated that the accused operates a business in a commercial area, and that the victim works as a saleswoman in a nearby shop, and that she purposefully takes out the goods to sell them to clients abroad, which infuriated the accused. In addition, the facts of the case stated that the accused was angry because the victim took out the goods to sell them to people outside of the country. And he pushed him to photograph her multiple times while calling passers-by, without obtaining permission or permission from her, intending to harm her by sending the pictures to the person in charge of the commercial area, to inform him of the situation, and to take action against her, which prompted her to report the incident, and by asking the victim, she decided that she works as an employee in A store for refreshments and juices, and that she was standing in front of the store while he was calling passers-by.

Photographing for the purpose of documenting violations is a crime in the UAE in some cases

In certain circumstances, it is a violation of the law in the United Arab Emirates to take photographs with the intention of documenting breaches, The accused stated in the investigations conducted by the Public Prosecution that he owns a shop adjacent to the shop in which the victim works, indicating that he is harmed by her actions, and continuing that selling outside the shop is against the rules, adding that he informed the person in charge of it more than once, so the latter asked him to prove his claim, which is what He pushed him to photograph her and send her pictures to the official, and the accused acknowledged that he did so. The accused also stated

The penalty for photographing individuals without permission in the UAE

In the UAE, the penalty for taking photographs of people without their permission is a fine< The court used mercy with the accused, given the circumstances and circumstances of the case, and he was found guilty and fined 2,000 dirhams. In the reasons for its ruling, the court referred to the integrity of the evidence against the accused, as stated in the statements of the victim, and the forensic evidence report after examining the accused's phone, which contained 11 photos and two video clips likely to be of the complainant. In addition, the court used evidence against the accused, as stated in the statements of the victim.

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