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Saudi: Body to track accounts inciting terrorism, sectarianism

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Major General Mansour Turki, the spokesman for the Interior Ministry, said that a committee composed of three government bodies represented by the Interior Ministry, the Bureau of Investigation and Public Prosecution and the Communications and Information Technology Commission work on monitoring the accounts that incite terrorism and combating cybercrimes, which also include the accounts that call for sowing sedition and sectarianism. Al-Turki pointed out that the penalties reach up to ten years in prison and fines that may reach five million riyals.