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Government to Consult Public on Cyberbullying Laws

April 1, 2012

By Tessa Wong

The Government will hold a public consultation exercise as part of an inter-ministry review of cyberbullying laws.

The review is expected to be completed by year’s end, said a joint statement from the three ministries undertaking the review, in response to queries from The Straits Times.

These are the Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts, the Home Affairs Ministry and the Law Ministry.

The review is part of a two-pronged government approach for tackling cases of cyber-harassment and cyberbullying. The other prong is an ongoing effort to encourage the Internet community to come up with a code of conduct. Click here to read the ZDNet story.

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