Now that we have a copy of Pakistan's Cyber Crime Law, we have a better understanding of what exactly constitutes a cybercrime in Pakistan and what the corresponding punishments are according to Pakistani law. We will go through the list one by one, with some explanation about the crimes and possible punishments. It's important to note that the examples of cybercrimes or scenarios discussed alongside the offenses are for reference only and may not be taken into consideration for legal matters. These examples are shared after consultation with legal officials; however, they may not be accurate.
Intercepting any kind of unauthorized transmission from an information system - whether it's intended for the public or not - is a punishable offense in India. If you're caught committing this act, you could face up to two years in prison or a fine of up to 500,000 rupees..