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And with 63% household broadband penetration and 35% of Malaysian mobile subscribers below the age of 18, he notes, parents here have cause to worry.

A minor paradise The Internet has long been a playground for sexual predators, Dr Raymond Choo, Fulbright scholar and senior lecturer at the University of South Australia concedes.

On a driving tour of the district, we looped around a large lake, past low buildings, and along near-empty roads all named "multimedia" this and "cyber" that.

It was hot and rainy, perhaps explaining why we spotted only a handful of people on our driving tour of the district – though the weather didn't keep the pack of feral dogs off the lawn of the local police station.

Nigel Tan, country director of Symantec Malaysia & Thailand also shared in 2014, Malaysia ranked fifth in the Asia Pacific and Japan region for the number of social media scams.

84 per cent of such scams were shared manually, 14 per cent higher than the global average as attackers took advantage of people’s willingness to trust content shared by their friends.

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News that paedophiles in the UK and the US are grooming Malaysian children via social media chatrooms and video chat apps has shocked the nation, but what can be done to ward off this threat?

With more people using the Internet these days, the potential of fraud is high especially when your transactions and personal information is stored on cyberspace, you’re most likely to become the next vulnerable victim.

Scammers are always lurking around for easy money, often luring potential victims, and target anyone regardless of background, age and income level.

Even those embedded in the tech industry might not be aware of Malaysia's early attempt to jump on the digital bandwagon; I first heard of it via a now obscure story by Canadian journalist Chris Turner, who visited Cyberjaya in 2000, three years after its press launch.

magazine, now defunct (and not online; the essay lives on via his latest book), he too asked his driver "Do you know where you're going? Turner also struggled with the disconnect between a country trying to build the next Silicon Valley while simultaneously having a derisible record of online freedoms.