Author(s): Nasser Jamil Mohammed Al-Shamayleh
Through a comparative analytical presentation, this study intends to demonstrate the types of compensation for damage in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's publications and publishing system. It addressed the issue in two ways: compensation in kind (restitution or correction) and compensation for a fee (in the second). The first section ended with a summary of the broad requirements for the right to respond or rectify under the Saudi Arabian system of publications and publishing, while the second portion detailed the regulations for moral harm compensation and appreciation. With a non-monetary compensation statement attached. As a methodology, a comparative analysis will highlight the differences and similarities between Saudi and Jordanian law, shed lighting on how Jordanian Laws treated the question of the current research. The results of this comparison show that Saudi legalizations need to establish laws to protect the harmed individuals or entities.