If you get caught using a VPN in the UAE, you will face fines of up to $545,000
Mary-Ann Russon, writing for International Business Times;
The President of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has issued a series of new federal laws relating to IT crimes, including a regulation that forbids anyone in the UAE from making use of virtual private networks (VPN) to secure their web traffic from prying eyes.
The new law states that anyone who uses a VPN or proxy server can be imprisoned and fined between Dh500,000-Dh2,000,000 ($136,000-$545,000, £415,000, €495,000) if they are found to use VPNs fraudently.
I wonder how will the government check if an individual is using a VPN or not, what if you are ...