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Media Law Forum Hosts Workshop on Online Safety Act in Galle

Media Law Forum’s Third Workshop Explores Online Safety Act Gathering at the Araliya Beach Resort & Spa – Unawatuna from June 29th to June 30th, 2024, the Media Law Forum hosted its third two-day residential workshop, serving as a pivotal platform for media actors and lawyers to delve into the

Guidelines for the Use of Social Media: Created by Media Law Forum

As of January 2024, the global number of social media users is projected to surpass 5 billion, with Sri Lanka alone accounting for 7.5 million users. Forecasts indicate a substantial rise in Sri Lanka’s social media user base to 21.66 million by 2029. Social media has emerged as a powerful

Call for Applications: Lawyers for Residential Workshop on Online Safety Act

The Media Law Forum is organizing a two-day residential workshop tailored for lawyers, focusing on the Online Safety Act and its practical application. This workshop will delve into the provisions of the Online Safety Act and foster collaboration between lawyers and media activists, with the aim of creating an environment

Awareness program on the Online Safety Act for lawyers

Media Law Forum organized an Awareness Program on the Online Safety Act tailored for lawyers, which took place on the 3rd of April 2024, from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Galle Face Hotel. The event featured esteemed resource persons who brought invaluable expertise to the discussions: President Counsel

Discussion Forum on Online Safety Act and Role of Media Activists

The Media Law Forum’s discussion on March 12, 2024, at the Foundation Institute in Colombo addressed critical aspects of the Online Safety Act and the evolving role of social media activists within this legal framework. Prominent legal figures such as RTI Commissioner AAL Jagath Liyana Arachchi, AAL Jayantha Dehiattage, and
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