Protecting Children in Cyberspace
AbstractThis essay was written for the Essay competition organized by Pakistan Telecommunication Authority on World Telecommunication and Information Society Day May 2009. It discusses the issues faced by children while they surf online, including harrassment, exposure to adult material, behavioural and cultural issues. It also provides recommendations to provide safe access to the internet for children.
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Date of creation: 2009
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Cyberspace; internet; cyber crimes; children; adult; online; internet crimes;
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