From today, arbitrarily posting photos of other people on Facebook can be fined 20 million VND

Tram Ho

Decree 15/2020 / ND-CP issued on February 3, 2020 stipulating sanctions against administrative violations in the fields of post, telecommunications, radio frequency, information technology and electronic transactions. , officially effective from 15/4/2020.

According to this Decree, the use of other people’s information without consent will be punished in accordance with the law. In particular, for organizations that collect, process and use information of other organizations and individuals without consent or for wrong purposes as prescribed by law, they will be fined from 10-20 million VND. . For individuals who commit the same violation, the fine level will be VND 5-10 million.

 Từ hôm nay, tự ý đăng ảnh người khác lên Facebook có thể bị phạt 20 triệu đồng - Ảnh 1.

In addition, the above-mentioned penalty level also applies to a number of other acts with similar properties:

Unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification and destruction of information and information systems;

Providing, exchanging, transmitting, storing or using digital information to threaten, harass, misrepresent, slander or hurt the reputation of an organization, honor, dignity and reputation of others;

Providing, exchanging, transmitting, storing or using digital information to advertise and propagate prohibited goods and services;

Disclosing information in the list of state secrets, private life, personal secrets, family secrets that is not serious enough to be examined for penal liability;

Tampering with organizations and individuals and spreading fake information, untruthful information, infringing upon the legitimate rights and interests of organizations and individuals;

Appropriating other people’s mail, telegraph, telex, fax or other documents transmitted in any manner;

Deliberately taking information, content of mail, telegraph, telex, fax or other documents of others transmitted on the network.

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