Wildlife conservation officials say the practice of serving wild meat in Cambodia is endangering many of its animals, along with other forms of trafficking.
The draft law, on which work started two years ago, has assumed increasing relevance since July's general election.
In interviews with VOA Khmer, media experts said more funding of that sector could help prevent such errors in the future.
The law will affect many of Cambodia’s younger generation, who go online often and use social media as a major means of communication.
A panel will focus on real-time tracking of aircraft, rather than streaming of flight performance data for aircraft systems.
The draft law, which was leaked to the public recently, imposes major fines and jail time for vague offenses and has many online users concerned.
Online, Internet users complained of the draft this week, saying it could censor their comments and information sharing, especially on Facebook, which has become widely popular in recent years.
Cambodia's Angkor Wat has been digitally mapped for the first time, allowing people to visit the World Heritage Site from the comfort of their armchair using Google Street View.
Street View users can now visit 100 temples and sculptures around Angkor Wat, via a 360-degree perspective.
Fake goods and pirated media cost companies billions of dollars each year, and are especially prevalent in Cambodia.
FossAsia, a conference on open source and free software, will be held in the capital Feb. 28 to March 2—a free event open to students, developers and entrepreneurs.
Vietnam is the largest online games market by value in South-East Asia, with revenue of over $250 million in 2013.