Internet abuse growing rampant among youths


About 9 of secondary school students spent more than 10 hours a week gaming online. - File photo

THOUGH there are many problems that can come about from spending time online, two which plague Malaysian teenagers are excessive online gaming and viewing pornography online.

During the National Counsellor Workshop 2018, Heriot-Watt University Malaysia (HWUM) provost and chief executive officer Prof Mushtak Al-Atabi says these “challenging” Internet behaviours are a by-product of technology.

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