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UAE ministry warns against publishing child abuse videos.

Summary: The Child Protection Centre called on members of the community to report any abuse.

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The Ministry of Interior's Child Protection Centre has warned residents against publishing videos or audio clips of people being abused online, particularly children or minors.

The centre reiterated that the law prohibits the distribution of material that includes abusing, defaming, or abusing children.

The Child Protection Centre called on members of the community to report any abuse.

Children can contact the centre through their official channels, including via hotline 116111, the Hemayati application, Aman, and Ameen, so that the necessary legal action can be taken.

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Date:Apr 10, 2018
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