Legislation against cyber crimes in Cambodia being created

“After an increasing number of the use of telephone/digital camera to traffic image of women (nude) without their consent, the Cambodian government this week starts to discuss the creaton of a legislation against cyber crimes,” wrote Chim Manavy of the Open Institute to the APC.

Talks began on 13 July 2010 about the creation of a legislation against cyber crimes that would include such acts of violence against women. APC member in Cambodia, Open Institute, has been working with the government to fight violence against women (VAW) as part of its work on the 3rd Millennium Development Goal (MDG3) project Take Back the Tech! to end violence against women.

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