The Middle Eastern country has set out severe penalties including jail sentences and fines up to 250,000 dirham (approx rupees 43,64,098) for people who use foul language.
In a Mail Online report, a man convicted of sending insulting words to a colleague on WhatsApp service might be the first one to pay the heavy amount.
Earlier, he was charged with 3,000 dirham (approx rupees 52,385 ) fine, but the Federal Supreme Court, based in Abu Dhabi, overturned the sentence to be lenient.
The case has now been referred to the Court of Appeal and a date for the new hearing has yet to be confirmed.
Criminal defence lawyer Abdullah Yousef Al Nasir told 7Days, that insulting someone using technology has been issued under cyber crime law in UAE.
An estimate of 100,000 British nationals currently lives in UAE who sometimes fall foul of strict laws. Not only UAE nationals but foreigners also face being deported if found guilty of similar offences.
Police in the UAE have warned anyone could be prosecuted if caught sending a middle finger emoji symbol.
An estimate of 100,000 British nationals currently live in UAE who sometimes fall foul of strict laws.