International Journal of Legal and Comparative Jurisprudence Studies

Volume 1 - Issue 2 (1) | PP: 51 - 60 Language : العربية
DOI : https://doi.org/DOI:10.31559/LCJS2020.1.2.1
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The sufficiency of electronic legislation to limit electronic bullying- Study in Jordanian legislation

Sakher Ahmad Al-Khasawneh
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
4/8/2020 3/9/2020 4/10/2020 4/10/2020
Abstract
The study reviews the electronic legislation set by the Jordanian legislator that works to reduce cyberbullying, as it dealt with the concept of bullying in general and cyberbullying in particular, and the adequacy of electronic legislation to reduce cyberbullying, identifying the term cyberbullying, and showing the images that constitute cyberbullying that Crimes may constitute according to the Jordanian cybercrime law. The problem of the study emerged by answering the main question that reads: “How adequate is the Jordanian legal legislation to reduce cyberbullying?” The study was divided into two topics, the first one dealt with the nature of bullying and its images, where it reviewed the concept and images of traditional bullying in the first requirement, and the concept and images of electronic bullying in the second requirement, and the second topic reviewed the legal conditioning of the types and forms of electronic bullying. Which targets the victim’s electronic information and data? The second requirement deals with adapting electronic bullying images that target the victim’s electronic information and data. This study used the inductive scientific and analytical method for the provisions of the Jordanian Electronic Crime Law No. 27 of 2015 in order to adapt pictures and shapes that fall under the name of electronic bullying and that may constitute a crime punishable by law. It was found through this study that most forms and forms of bullying fall under texts punishable by the law of electronic crime, and that the electronic crime law constitutes a guarantee for victims of bullying in the entirety of the images that fall under the term bullying, which means the adequacy of criminal texts, and if the penalties for some images must be increased to protect Minors of sexual bullying.


How To Cite This Article
Al-Khasawneh , S. A. (2020). The sufficiency of electronic legislation to limit electronic bullying- Study in Jordanian legislation . International Journal of Legal and Comparative Jurisprudence Studies, 1 (2), 51-60, https://doi.org/DOI:10.31559/LCJS2020.1.2.1

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