Sri Lanka faces a pressing challenge: the alarming rise of online child sexual abuse and exploitation. Despite having some legal framework in place, this problem persists, exacerbated by the pandemic's shift to online activities. The National Child Protection Authority (NCPA) is taking steps to combat this, including setting up a cybercrime unit and international collaboration. Yet, parents also bear responsibility in monitoring their children's online activities. Unlike countries such as Japan and Singapore, Sri Lanka lacks specific legislation to address online violence against children. Grassroots police officers often lack the capacity for cybercrime investigations. Digital literacy among children has increased, making responsible internet use crucial. Globally, online child sexual exploitation is a thriving industry, particularly on the dark web. Parents must educate and monitor their children, as prevention is more effective than correction in combating these crimes. Sri Lanka must focus on preventive measures to address this critical issue.

This is a YouTube and Facebook live about how cyber violence specifically affects women and girls in Sri Lanka. In this live many experts from the Cybersecurity field joined including Mr. Asela Waidyalankara.

This is a discussion about Cyber attacks on Women and girls in Sri Lanka. The key points of a survey which is about cyber Harassment were discussed.

Mr. Asela Waidyalankara Discussed Cyber harassments , Prevention, and other topics related to cyber harassment.

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