جريمة الاعتداء على حق الخصوصية عبر الإنترنت في الشريعة الإٍسلامية والنظام القانوني الأفغاني، “دراسة مقارنة”
The article focuses on right to privacy and its violation through internet. It is the right of individual to enjoy with the respect of certain objects that he usually conceals from others, and that belongs to public authority. As well individuals should also refrain from interfering or being exposed to those matters except in cases where public interests required so and it must be with the permission of the legislator. One can violate another‘s privacy on different ways such as entering fake information, online searching on private life, stealing and falsification of private information.
Shariʿah prohibits this attack and considers it a consolatory crime that authorizes the ruler of its penalty, that’s why the afghan penal code stated that whoever attacked the right to privacy of others is imprisoned for a period not exceeding twelve months.
Key words: Right to privacy, Violation, Islamic Law, Cybercrime and Afghan Legislation.
Arsalah ZAFARI; Faculty member, Department of Jurisprudence and Law; Faculty of Sharia; Ghazni University – AFGHANISTAN
Ihsanullah SHAHAMET; Faculty Member, Department of Islamic Culture; Ghazni University – AFGHANISTAN