Feasibility Study of Limit Execution in Internet Theft

Document Type : Original Article

Author

Associate Professor, Department of Islamic Jurisprudence and Law, Qom Branch, Islamic Azad University, Qom, Iran,

10.22034/ijrj.2021.684735

Abstract

Cyber ​​theft as a new type of theft has been developed in cyberspace in recent decades. And this indicates the non-deterrence of existing laws, one of the most important factors in the weakness of the laws related to cyber theft is the knowledge of its nature and the incorrect interpretation and explanation of the Islamic Penal Code according to Article 12 of the Computer Crimes Law. And this is while cyber theft is not much different from physical theft in terms of substance and conditions and elements of the crime. The present article uses descriptive and analytical methods of jurisprudential arguments and existing laws in the position of feasibility of enforcing the limit in cyber theft. And the answer to the question is whether the definition and conditions stated about physical theft in jurisprudence and law are applicable to computer theft? What are the reasons for those who believe that it is ta'zir? Is the condition of blasphemy and taking property in computer theft applicable? Finally, by rejecting the reasons for those who believe that it is ta'zir and presenting a reason for the full compliance of the conditions, the extent of cyber theft has been proven.

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