With the ever-increasing use of the Internet, there is a growing need for systems to create, supervise and follow up websites, ensuring optimal use and avoiding the negative uses of this great technology through incorrect electronic publishing, in which some people abuse and defame others, Social communication, from here it was necessary for the legislator to find a legal system to determine the responsibility of the supervisor (addicted) on the site for everything published on the site under his supervision by subjecting the supervisor to the legal issue when allowed to T all that is contrary to public order and public morals, on the grounds that the latter can the ability to prevent abuses from or deleted directly through the development of technical programs do not allow the deployment of posts only after approval. In other words, the responsibility of violating the rules of electronic publishing is the responsibility of the supervisors of those sites. Here, the victim of defamation offenses in the social media sites has the right to demand the imposition of penal sanctions and demand compensation and the blocking of websites that have been abused. As is the case in the press and publishing laws, in which the editor and the writer of the article criminalize everything published in the publication of incorrect news that harms others in their symptoms and their reputation.This is why we call for the enactment of legislation that criminalizes these acts in the light of what the Jordanian legislator directed in Article 49 of the amended Jordanian Press and Publications Law (which enumerated the comments published in the electronic publication of a press article) until the publisher is responsible for the electronic publication and the supervisor of the website . As well as to activate the role of competent bodies, both judicial and executive and control to confront cases of defamation through the means of social communication and abuse of human rights and thus undermine the social status, which gives the injured the right to claim appropriate legal compensation for the damage suffered by the competent civil courts.