Protecting Women and Children Online
This Review of Cyber Policies to Protect Women and Children Online was conducted by Digital Woman Uganda 2021.Tagged: Human Rights Reports
Protection of women and children online has been a challenge over the years even with the frequent use of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs). People communicate with each other in real time through various platforms which include whatsApp, twitter, snap chat, Facebook and others. It is through these platforms that ICT has enabled increasing violence against women and children online. Violation of rights online are centred on cyber bullying, cyber stalking, unsolicited pornography, rape threats, online sexual harassment, impersonation and non-consensual intimate images as well as gender-based violence.
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