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Abu Dhabi: The International Conference for the Criminalisation of Cyber-Terrorism concluded in Abu Dhabi with the “Abu Dhabi Declaration for Criminalizing Cyber-Terrorism”, which was read by Dr. Ali Rashid Al Noaimi, chairman of the conference organizing committee.
The Abu Dhabi Declaration includes three clauses, to be coordinated and rapidly executed by UN member countries to combat the global threat of cyber-terrorism. The declaration’s clause highlights the increasing pattern of terrorist threats in cyberspace and the dangers to individuals, communities, and countries.