Not Okay To Share Assault Videos, Say Dubai Police

TwitterPolice in Dubai have arrested a man for uploading a video of an assault on YouTube, reports Al Jazeera. The police were informed of the video by the son of the  alleged attacker, who complained that his father’s reputation was damaged. The police say it is okay to send such videos to the police, but not to share over social networks.

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