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The Internet Society – Extending into Cambodia

By: Norbert Klein Posted: September-09-2010 in
Norbert Klein

The Mirror, Vol. 14, No. 681

Since the creation of the first publicly accessible e-mail system in Cambodia in 1994, the Country Name 1996, online connection to the World Wide Web in 1997, the definition of the Khmer script according to the international UNICODE system in 2002, the start of the creation of software in the Khmer language in 2004, and the announcement of the government at the end of 2009 that after two more months the government will not accept any Khmer language documents if they are not produced based on the UNICODE Khmer script, and, on another line, the entering of more and more Internet service providers into the market – finally with the availability also of the advanced 3G mobile phone and related Mobile Broadband Internet accessibility, Cambodia has experienced a lot of developments in the field of Internet Communication Technology.

Using Computers: Upholding Rights and Freedoms while Fighting Crime

By: Norbert Klein Posted: July-21-2010 in
Norbert Klein

The Mirror, Vol. 14, No. 673

The Ministry of Defense hopes that the use of computers will help better to cut down the names of ‘ghost soldiers’ from the salary lists of the military. This was expressed by the spokesperson of the Ministry of Defense, Lieutenant General Chhum Socheat, who said that the present census of all soldiers will be more accurate and thorough this year than in previous years. “It is an annual census to find out the real number of soldiers and of the children of those soldiers, and to cut out the names of

Cambodia Begins Creating Legislation against Cyber Crimes

By: The Mirror Posted: July-16-2010 in
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The Mirror, Vol. 14, No. 673

“Phnom Penh: Cambodia starts to create legislation against cyber crimes as legal mechanisms for the country to help to deal with cyber crimes and other negative impacts relating to technology, that are happening in Cambodia, in the region, and around the world.

“A workshop about the creation of legislation against cyber crimes was held in the morning of 13 July 2010 at the Council of Ministers, and government officials, officials of national and international organizations, and representatives of Internet Service Providers, of telecom companies, of technology companies, of publication institutions, and of other relevant fields participated in the workshop.

During Five Years, Cambodia Has Spent About US$500 Million on Information Technology

By: The Mirror Posted: March-01-2010 in
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The Mirror, Vol. 14, No. 653

“Phnom Penh: The president of the Information Communication Technology Association of Cambodia [Yellow Pages: “Website not working” - maybe later again?] and president of the Young Entrepreneur Association of Cambodia, Mr. Ken Chanthan, told Deum Ampil yesterday that during the recent five years, about US$500 million were spent on information technology in Cambodia, and each year the expenses increases by 30%. Thus, Cambodia should have the ability to create software on its own. He added, ‘In Cambodia, the access to computer and information technology is just around 5% to 10%, and most of the computers being used nowadays are clone computers [no-brand-name computers] because they are cheaper and it is easier for students and civil servants to buy them.

The European Union and Cambodia Launched the First Wind Power Electricity Generator in Cambodia

By: The Mirror Posted: January-22-2010 in
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The Mirror, Vol. 14, No. 648

Note:

From Friday, 22 to Monday 25 January 2010 I plan to travel to attend the first BarCamp in Yangon/Myanmar. This may result in delays in the publication of The Mirror. Apologies.

Norbert Klein

“Phnom Penh: The Minister of Public Works and Transport, Mr. Tram Iv; the Belgian Ambassador, Mr. Rudi Veestraelen; and the Chargé d’Affaires of the Delegation of the European Commission to Cambodia, Mr. Rafael Dochao Moreno, together inaugurated the first Wind Power Electricity Generator in Cambodia on 20 January 2010.

Khmer Unicode: Getting computers to speak the local language

By: Robert Starkweather Posted: January-15-2010 in
Robert Starkweather

When Cambodia first computerized the main international airport in 2003, the new system quadrupled the amount of time it took to get in or out of the country, as computer-unsavvy airport officials labored to understand the vagaries of Windows.

“We apologize for any delays that are caused by the use of our new computer system,” read little signs posted at each computer terminal.

They were still there two years later.

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