Social media content creators must respect the laws and cultural value

All social media content creators must respect the laws and the cultural value, said Prime Minister Hun Manet at the closing ceremony of the annual meeting of the Ministry of Women’s Affairs here yesterday. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Minister discusses media's role with The Post

Newly minted Minister of Information Neth Pheaktra on September 13 emphasised the pivotal role that news outlets play as a bridge between the government and the people, during a courtesy call by the management of The Phnom Penh Post. ...

Orm Bunthoeurn

Social media platforms taking over e-Commerce segment

Social media is rapidly taking over the e-Commerce sector in the Kingdom with almost all local businesses promoting their services using social media platforms, a latest market report has revealed. ...

Sreekanth Ravindran

MRC launches television channel on flood and drought risks

The Mekong River Commission (MRC) said Friday it had set up a television channel on Facebook and YouTube to improve public awareness of flood and drought risks in the Lower Mekong River Basin (LMB). ...

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Government orders internet providers to block media outlets, Kamnotra database

The government ordered internet service providers to block the websites and social media pages of several independent media outlets and a public database in a July 12 document obtained by CamboJA on Monday. ...

Andrew Califf and Hel Komsan

Ministry announces expulsion of Facebook representatives from Cambodia and cessation of all company representation activities with Royal Government

The Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications has announced that it has decided to expel Facebook representatives from Cambodia and stop all activities such as company representation, government relations and private sector partnerships in Cambodia. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Human traffickers use social media to lure job seekers to Cambodia

Human traffickers in Việt Nam are finding ever more inventive ways to lure potential victims overseas for exploitation. Through social media networks like Facebook or Zalo, they are offering well-paid jobs at casinos or online games in Cambodia, before springing their trap. ...

Khmer Times Staff

More than 160 fake news cases recorded in July

The Ministry of Information’s Fake News Monitoring Committee said there were total of 161 cases of fake news, incitement and insults on social media recorded in July. ...

Sar Socheath

More than 1,000 cases of fake, objectionable news identified

In 2020, the Ministry of Information identified sources of objectionable or illegal material on social media including fake news and disinformation, various incitements, unfair criticism of the nation’s leadership and insults to the King totalling 1,343 cases. ...

Voun Dara

Children gain opportunities but face risks in age of social media

A Children’s Fund (Unicef) report on the use of social media by children and adolescents in East Asia says that although access to such sites provides children with big opportunities, it also exposes them to the growing risks that accompany the platforms. ...

Voun Dara

Prime minister demands end to fake news on virus

Prime Minister Hun Sen on Thursday criticised several outlets for spreading misinformation on the novel coronavirus outbreak and instructed the Ministry of Information to do more to eradicate fake news. Speaking at a press conference at the Peace Palace on Thursday, Hun Sen said a ...

Khorn Savi

Unicef calls for ‘concrete action’ on online bullying in Cambodia

The UN Children’s Agency has called for a new policy to protect Cambodian children from bullying. In a statement released to coincide with Safer Internet Day on Tuesday, Unicef said young people between the ages of 15 and 25 years olds were particularly at risk. Natascha ...

Kann Vicheika

Cambodia’s politics play out on social media

Facebook has long been the key battleground in Cambodian politics, with parties wrestling for the ear of a young and increasingly connected electorate. But recent analytics show a particularly political brand of social media addiction in the Kingdom, even by regional standards, pushing the stakes ...

Andrew Nachemson

Youth political expression hampered, opposition says

A number of young people were detained in 2016 for making social media posts deemed to be inciting violence. The opposition has said freedom of expression among its youth wing is limited compared to more seasoned activists. ...

Kann Vicheika

Government officials increasingly on Facebook

In July, an estimated 2.9 million Cambodians were on Facebook, up from 1.7 million a year earlier.The social networking website Facebook has grown increasingly popular with government officials, who use it to communicate with their constituents and to push their political positions to a younger ...

Socheata Hean

Going viral in Cambodian cyberspace

Social media is on the rise in Cambodia, and it may just mark the beginning of the end of the systemic culture of judicial impunity, as well as the long-dysfunctional democratic system. ...

Sebastian DuChamp

Social media a potential new tool for good governance, expert says

Social media has emerged to play a crucial role in providing many Cambodians with information that could mean better governance, an expert says. Ok Serei Sopheak, a good governance specialist, told “Hello VOA” that sites like Facebook help people get information quickly and easily, and can ...

Men Kimseng

Social media shows election day muscle

Illustrating a rapidly changing information network in Cambodia, social media played a major role yesterday, as images and videos that appeared to depict fraudulent election activity went viral on Facebook and Twitter. Videos of voters washing off the supposedly indelible security ink used to identify those ...

Social Media Changing Cambodia’s Information Landscape

Changes in demography and technology have altered the behavior of Cambodian media consumers, with youth increasingly using social media platforms to share news and information. Pen Sophal, a graduate student in media management at Sweden’s Royal Institute of Technology, says print and electronic media outlets in ...

Rights groups wary of ban on internet cafés

Rights workers cautioned yesterday that a sweeping ban on internet cafés near schools was little more than a thinly veiled act of censorship. Issued last month by the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications, the circular says all internet cafés within 500 metres of a school must ...

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