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UAE Threatens Two Years in Jail, $54,450 Fine for Social Media Users Who Mock COVID-19 Measures or Spread Misinformation

United Arab Emirates (UAE) residents who ignore COVID-19 mandates or are found to be spreading “misinformation” online regarding the pandemic—or even mocking the measures on social media—could soon find themselves serving jail time and paying massive fines.

This is what the Federal Emergency Crisis and Disasters Prosecution on January 10 cautioned those living there against doing, with the Gulf country’s news agency citing a statement that said it was not permitted to either spread “rumors and false information” about COVID-19 measures, or flaunt them.

If found guilty of spreading such misinformation, social media users can be imprisoned for at least two years and ordered to pay a fine equivalent to $54,450.

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