Baghdad - INA
The First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Hassan Al-Kaabi, confirmed that the information crime bill, as amended by Parliament, will be enacted to protect the citizen's security and preserve his privacy.
A statement of Al-Kaabi’s office received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA) said today, Tuesday, that “the first deputy speaker of Parliament presided over a discussion session under the title (Information crimes between the government text and parliamentary amendments) with the participation of the head of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee Muhammad Ridah and a number of specialized parliamentary committees, and the presence of Representatives of the Supreme Judicial Council, the Council of Advisors in the Prime Minister, the State Council, the Iraqi Media Network (Chairman of the Board of Trustees and the head of the Iraqi Media Network), representatives of the Ministries of Interior, Communications and Culture, the National Security Agency and the National Security Adviser, the representative of the Media and Communications Commission, the United Nations Mission and the Iraqi Journalists Syndicate, And a number of academics and media professionals. "
Al-Kaabi stressed that "the draft law on information crimes with its proposed parliamentary amendment under the title (Anti-Cyber Crime Law) will be enacted to protect the security of the citizen, preserve his privacy and secure his electronic information away from the dangers of any party." And society from electronic threats. "