Regulating E-Crimes in Jordan has gone through different stages. The latest amendment was by issuing Law no 27 of 2015 of Electronic Crimes, which cancelled the previous law no 30 of 2010 of Information Technology Crimes. The new law is analyzed, and it found that some crimes have been cancelled and others have been established. Moreover, amendments were made on the elements, Ingredients and the punishments of some crimes. This study examined the new law and analyzed it through two methods; by comparing it with the old law to reach to the new rules and regulations. Also, by comparing it with the Budapest Convention for Computer Crimes of 2001. Finally, the study puts its comments and recommendations in order to complete any shortage in the new law, in one hand and how to deal with some missing rules in another hand.
Masadeh, Anwar Mohammed
"The adequacy of the substantive rules in the Jordanian Electronic Crimes Law No. (27) For the year 2015: A Comparative Study of the Legislative Development at the National and the International Levels,"
UAEU Law Journal: Vol. 2018:
74, Article 9.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2018/iss74/9