A Pakistani court has handed down two-year imprisonment to a painter for uploading objectionable photos of a female teacher on her Facebook account in the wake of hacking it.
An additional session judge, Lahore, yesterday sentenced Yasir Hameed for two-year detainment and also imposed a fine of Rs. 30,000 after he admitted to his wrongdoing.
As per the Federal Investigation Agency or FIA, Hameed needed to create relations with a female teacher of a little town in Kharian, somewhere in the range of 220 km from Lahore.
On her refusal, he transferred her shocking pictures on her Facebook account in the wake of hacking it with a specific end goal to coerce her.
The wedded lady conquered the mortification after this yet did not surrender to his request. She drew closer the FIA Lahore that researched the matter and captured Hameed in this manner. The FIA proclaimed him blameworthy of the charges.
"There were minutes when I thought to pull back the case in view of various inner and outside weights however I chose to seek after it. Say thanks to God today the suspect got what he merited for playing with my life," she said.
Under the as of late presented new digital wrongdoing law – the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act – the offense identified with the humility of a man like superimposing a photo of a man over any sexually unequivocal picture or video to mischief his/her notoriety or to deliver retribution or shakedown is deserving of up to five-year imprison or a fine of Rs. 5 million.