By Rory Byrne • Jan 02, 2020
Top Read: Back in 2007, pornography's presence in Cambodian society was far more overt and unrestricted than it is today. While in 2020 pornography is largely consigned to the privacy of homes, 13 years ago explicit material was sold on streets of Phnom Penh and public screenings in cafes were a relatively normal sight
By Lily Hess • Jan 17, 2019
Blockchain technology, which supports cryptocurrencies, is being used in innovative ways to circumvent traditional information sharing and for political participation in parts of the world, notably Thailand. What could this mean for the rest of the region and the world?
By Robin Spiess • Jun 27, 2018
The US Embassy in Phnom Penh recently fired nearly three dozen employees after discovering a group Facebook message in which the dismissed workers allegedly shared child pornography. The 32 sacked employees protested their dismissals outside the embassy last week, and in so doing shone a light on the continued prevalence of child pornography in Cambodia
By Kate Walton • Dec 01, 2017
Indonesia’s Twitter obsession has generated great hype, but the social media giant has failed users by not policing the rampant posting of pornography
Authorities gave the encrypted messaging app 48 hours to remove the GIFs described as being 'obscene'
By Johanna Chisholm • Nov 08, 2017