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There is actually a rather recent law in Germany which would make nonconsensual distribution of images which could damage the reputation of a person illegal: §201a StGB [de|en] "Violation of intimate privacy by taking photographs or other images". This law says that: whoever, without being authorised to do so, makes available to a third party a ...


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The Human Rights Watch published a report on children in Saudi Arabia's justice system("Arbitrary procedures for determining age of majority in criminal cases"): Judicial opinions on when a child can be tried as an adult vary widely, and frequently depend on measures of children’s physical development, contrary to international standards, which call upon ...


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In Saudi Arabia, it is legal to charge (and pay) interest. However, according to this source, a contract clause requiring interest is not enforceable. An interest clause is severable, so the contract is not at risk if interest is charged. This source indicates an exception, that the Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority Banking Disputes Settlement Committee may ...


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There does not appear to be a direct "statutory" ban no possession or use of a VPN in KSA, instead the government blocks access to VPN connections. There may well be laws against activities which motivate using a VPN, you can check the cyber crimes law here. KSA differs from UAE, where using a VPN is illegal ("fraudulent computer network ...


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It should be someone authorized to sign agreements on behalf of the company. Company policy or bylaws will indicate who is authorized, and if that power can be delegated. Generally it is someone fairly senior, but the exact position can vary. Such agreements usually include an assertion that that person signing is authorized to do so.


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