Civil liability for Violating Electronic Privacy and Information Centers

Nabeel Zaid Magableh, Naser Mohammad Saeed Balawi


There is a civil and legal responsibility for electronic information and data collection centers and is often a contractual liability, unless it leads to a serious breach and harm to the user. Responsibility is transferred to a tort liability, and communication companies and social networking companies learn that and in their usage agreements electronically Unfair or incomprehensible to absolve itself of any liability you may expect, but the fact that these terms and employment agreements are similar in the compliance contracts and the conditions of compliance which the user can only accept in total Otherwise, the contract is not contracted, and it is forced to agree and sign (I agree). Does this contract or agreement absolve the truth of its responsibility for violating the privacy of the electronic user, and is it entitled to collect data and information available therein.The information filters were initially e-mail such as yahoo and then Google and then via social media such as face book, what is up and the information in it, then the search engines and then social information and finally the mobile numbers and the number of people in the world, Who are those? What will they use all this information ??? How to deal with programs, filtering, storage and programming websites for the future ??? All questions have one answer to those who own Internet resources, but really have we thought about this? We have provided an effective legal system to address it.

Keywords: Civil Law, Civil Liability, Electronic Privacy

DOI: 10.7176/JLPG/85-06

Publication date:May 31st 2019

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