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UAE: Woman spies on husband’s phone, fined Rs one lakh for violating privacy


Team Udayavani, May 28, 2021, 1:49 PM IST

 

A civil court in Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates ordered a woman to pay a fine of 5431 dirhams (Rs 1,07,329) for accessing messages on her husband’s phones and violating his privacy.

According to a report by Khaleej Times the woman allegedly accessed her husband’s phone, transferred media and then circulated them among her family members to distort his image.

The husband later filed a lawsuit against his wife demanding compensation for the damage caused to his image and reputation. He also stated that he lost his salary and job, and shelled out a lump sum of money for having to pursue the case.

He claimed that the incident caused him psychological trauma.

On the other hand, the wife’s attorney countered the claims stating that his client was a victim of abuse and had been ousted her from her marital home, leaving the wife and daughter without any such financial support.

In the final ruling, on Wednesday, the court asked the woman to pay the man compensation for causing him psychological abuse and violating his privacy in the first place by accessing his device without his permission.

The prosecutors stated in the court document that they had gathered evidence of her sharing her husband’s images to the family members in breach of law. The court also ordered the wife to pay the husband legal fees and other expenses, although it rejected the man’s claim that he could not make it to work due to his wife’s behaviour that had compromised his salary.

 

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