This research study addresses legal issues around child online protection and the herewith related risk of becoming a victim of online sexual exploitation, in particular child pornography or online grooming. 

It serves as a supplementary guideline for lawmakers in Namibia and the world and guide legislative reform on child pornography and grooming offences online.

Regulation of Child Online Sexual Abuse: Legal Analysis of International Laws & Comparative Legal Analysis DOWNLOAD

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