Internet use is increasing in Cambodia, but knowledge of digital safety practices remains limited. This leaves internet users vulnerable to the digital dangers that lurk online, making it critical to promote knowledge of digital security practices.
More people rely on social media and other platforms to access news and exercise their right to free expression, but internet users in Cambodia are increasingly facing threats in online spaces, being targeted by attacks and repressive laws.
Rules of Engagement: Challenges and Learnings from Digital Rights Defenders in South and Southeast Asia
How can digital rights defenders better collaborate with government and local and regional organisations? South and Southeast Asian digital rights organisations have responded by outlining strategies based on their shared challenges and learnings.
The research report aims to assess the digital rights impact of various ICT-related laws and policies enacted in six South and Southeast Asian countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, the Maldives, Nepal, the Philippines, and Sri Lanka.
The 2023 Digital Rights Asia-Pacific Assembly public report is now available for download. We once again thank our DRAPAC23 funders, partners, and attendees for your support, participation, and feedback over the course of the event.
This series of blog posts, based on the South and Southeast Asia Digital Rights School held last April 2022, highlights ongoing challenges in promoting digital rights in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, Maldives, Nepal, Philippines, and Sri Lanka.
This post highlighting key takeaways from the GIF South and Southeast Asia Digital Rights School provides an overview on the continuing challenges that the Philippines faces in enhancing digital security and safeguarding digital rights.
The digital divide, limited legal mechanisms to protect data privacy, and cybercrime targeting vulnerable groups are some of the key digital rights issues in Nepal, based on insights from the South and Southeast Asia Digital Rights School.
Ongoing issues on cybersecurity, online abuse against prominent figures, and organised hate campaigns were some of the issues in the Maldives highlighting during the Greater Internet Freedom program’s South and Southeast Asia Digital Rights School.