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Last year Brunei's Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah imposed strict new Sharia laws which, when fully implemented in 2015, would impose the death penalty by stoning for gay sex and adultery.The laws have seen celebrities like Jay Leno, Richard Branson and Ellen De Generes call for a boycott of the Sultan's luxury Dorchester hotel business, including the popular Beverley Hills Hotel in Los Angeles.Those who prey on the vulnerabilities of children and young people can now reach them on a scale that was inconceivable prior to the access provided by the Internet.” Besides violence and bullying, she highlighted that research has shown that there is delayed speech development when children under the age of two are exposed to devices such as tablets and phones.“The way they make friends and socialise has changed; there is no longer a difference between what is ‘real’ and what is ‘virtual’.” Clark-Hattingh said, “Additionally, children expose themselves to unnecessary risks when they share too much on social media.The education system needs to help children acquire 21st Century skills based on capacity for self-learning, adaptation, analytical and problem solving skills.
“Efforts must be taken to stop bullying whether online or offline, and as users of these platforms, you should be mindful of what you post about others – think before you speak, practise empathy and kindness and when you see it – speak out. “Girls in particular are reportedly using the Internet to chat and meet with strangers, getting assaulted as a consequence.
Technological advancement, she pointed out, “has ushered in the 4th Industrial Revolution.
Sixty-five per cent of jobs in the future are not known.
Brunei’s trained school counsellors, health personnel and village leaders who consult with relevant government agencies are working together to protect children.” However, Clark-Hattingh said more needs to be done in this regard.
“Internet service providers should be required to report child abuse materials to law enforcement agencies or other relevant authorities when they learn of it on their own networks.” She also applauded the Government of Brunei Darussalam which has taken the lead in educating children on the importance of practicing safety, security and good ethics while surfing the Internet.