Thursday, 23 October 2014  -  29 Thul-Hijjah 1435 H

New hidden camera rule for Internet cafés

ONAIZA – The Ministry of Interior has made it mandatory for Internet cafés to install hidden cameras and provide a record of names and identities of their customers.
The new security regulations include a ban on using any Internet service subscription, prepaid cards or unlicensed satellite Internet other than the one certified for use by the café. Those under 18 years of age will not be allowed entry into the cafés, which must close by midnight. Also, a Saudi must be employed and all phone lines must be in the name of the licensed café , not the owner’s or anybody else’s name.
Police have started visiting Internet cafés to issue the new regulations. – Okaz/ SG
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