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    A Comparative Study of Legal Measure to Prevent Cyberbullying in Children 

    Likkasith Suppakarn; ลิขสิทธิ์ ศุภการ; Thitat Chavisschindha; ธีทัต ชวิศจินดา; National Institute of Development Administration. The Graduate School of Law; Thitat Chavisschindha; ธีทัต ชวิศจินดา (National Institute of Development Administration, 12/8/2022)

    Currently, Thailand does not have a definition of online bullying, nor measurement set up to prevent it among children.  In terms of policy and enforcement, there are no any direct agencies to take a response for such matter. As a result, Thailand is unable to effectively solve the situation. In this research, the author focus on the problem when children face a cyberbullying by studying the definition, law enforcement implementation, and power also duties of accountable agencies in domestic and aboard through a comparative study on both Thai and ...
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    Legal Problems Related to Supervision of Cyberbullying Among Children and Youth 

    WORANAN DARAPONG; วรณัน ดาราพงษ์; Auntika Na Pibul; อัญธิกา ณ พิบูลย์; Auntika Na Pibul; อัญธิกา ณ พิบูลย์ (National Institute of Development Administration, 4/6/2021)

    This research is about the legal problems related to supervision of cyberbullying among children and youth. It examines the current issues arising against children and youth in order to propose appropriate legal framework for addressing such issues. The study was conducted by studying legal documents to find concepts, theories, laws, and impacts related to cyberbullying. At present, the network communications cause the bullying to change from physical bullying to cyberbullying. Cyberbullying has become increasingly severe and affected emotional, ...