Phnom Penh – Twenty-six percent of all Cambodian Internet users, aged 15-65, experienced some forms of online harassment, said a recent survey report released here on Wednesday by regional ICT policy think-tank LIRNEasia.
Speaking during the report launching ceremony, Helani Galpaya, chief executive officer of LIRNEasia, said 2,100 individuals were surveyed from 100 villages in Cambodia’s 25 provinces.
“The report found that online harassment was higher among women,” she said. “Cyberstalking was a concern among female social media users in Cambodia.”
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