ntroductionOn the past twenty years, the Internet has become essential for the development, communication, and information seeking of the children.But at the same time, using the internet resulted in risks to children of doing some harms to both their physical and virtual world, like being groomed or lured in to sexual conversations or exploitation by adults, being bullied or harassed online ( Chile online safety-Global challenges and strategies-2011). While a majority of parents ( 59%) believe that the internet have a positive influence on their children (Rideout 2007), we cannot ignore the fact that the online child safety and protection has become a global issue, especially in Asia. It cannot be denied that the western world is also suffered from this problem, however, some differences among economy, domestic laws and culture make it less pressing than that of the Asia.The discussion on this matter is drawn to the India and the United State. In the recent years, the number of children being harmed on the internet has been increasing. India’s National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB 2011) reports that cyber crimes have increased by 85.4 percent in 2011 in comparison with 2010 due to rapid technology movement, which leads to online sexual exploitation. In the USA, the rate of kids bullied themselves digitally whose ages from 12 to 17 are 6% according to a research conducted by Sameer Hinduja, professor of criminology at Florida Atlantic University and co-director of the Cyberbullying Research Center. The paper examines the role of culture and education in affecting the way young people use the internet, as well as analyzes the economy and legislation, which have an enormous impact on the distinction between the online child safety in the two context. The paper addresses three questions:What types of risks children are facing on the internet ?What is the role of domestic law in preventing children from being vulnerable to online risks ( and how these has been done in the two context ) ?Do life style and education play an important role in this global issue ?BodyWhat types of risks children are facing on the internetThe risks that children encounter on the internet are diverse, but basically can be devided in there categoriesContent According to Wolak et al.2006,in a national study by Harvard University, 42 percent of youth report either unwanted or wanted exposure to upsetting and pornographic content on the Internet or both, 66 percent of whom report only unwanted exposure, and 9 percent of whom report to be “very or extremely upset” (Wolak et al. 2006).India: More than 50 percent of the Indian parents in McAfee’s study claim that they have found their children visiting a pornographic website, which is the highest compared to 13 other countries surveyed including Australia (26 percent), Brazil (45 percent), France (41 percent),and the UK (23 percent) (The Economics Times 2017).The US: About 37 percent.Usage/Conducto India: A recent study by Intel Security’s “Teens, Tweens and Technology Study 2015” indicates that 81 percent of Indian respondents between 8 and 16 years old are active on the social media, 22 percent of whom have reported being bullied online — this is the highest in the four countries surveyed (Australia, USA and Singapore) (Krishna 2015).§ Wolak (2006) observes that youth (aged 10 to 17) who are bullied feel upset (30 percent), afraid (24 percent), or embarrassed (22 percent), and 54 percent of these victims are found negatively affected such as constant feeling of frustration, anger, or sadness.Interaction/CommunicationInteracting with individuals especially on social media networks and chat rooms, can expose children to risks such as online grooming, and arranging to meet with potentially or actually abusive strangers. 2) What is the role of domestic law in preventing children from being vulnerable to online risks ( and how these has been done in the two context ) ? Economy affects every aspect of a nation differently. In general, Internet penetration level has a positive correlation with the income level of an economy, an economy with higher income tends to have high Internet penetration. Economies with High Internet penetrationJapanRepublic of KoreaAustraliaNew Zealand SingaporeEconomies with Mid Internet penetration PhilippinesMalaysiaThailandVietnamEconomies with low Internet penetration BangladeshIndiaTable 1. Selected economies for the different levels of Internet penetration All those economies mention above are working to secure children from online dangers, such as sexual mishandle or misuse . Notwithstanding of their level of Internet entrance, all figure it out the danger and criminalize the generation and dispersion of child obscenity beneath household law. However, the quality of enactment appears diverse . Important laws in economies with tall Internet penetration penertend to have a clear and reliable definition of “child” and “child pornography”, and incorporate offenses encouraged by all Internet-enabled platforms. Economies with tall Internet infiltration have too sanctioned laws and created meditations on other angles of child online security, such as children’s introduction to destructive substance, cyberbullying and Internet enslavement. But there does not appear to be any focused on authoritative reaction to the online security of children and the security of children from data security dangers.In addition, comprehensive measures to prepare children with the information, apparatuses and aptitudes vital for them to oversee these dangers are still missing, especially in creating nations in the region. It must be underscored that drafting and actualizing enactment are as it were one among the numerous ways that can be taken by governments. A consider found that nations have utilized a blend of measures to address these concerns, counting specialized devices to channel substance, end-user strengthening, and participation between numerous partners, counting children. The number of measures, approaches and programs propose that economies with tall Internet entrance are effectively working to address child online security issues. Most of the on-screen characters are from the open division, but numerous of the activities include public-private-civil society associations. As these are by and large high-income economies, the open division tends to be way better resourced to lead and arrange child online security issues.In spite of of the critical increment in defenselessness of ASEAN children in the internet and a concerted exertion to advance cyber security in common among ASEAN’s part nations, they are however to receive a region-wide arrangement on child security issues such as generation and conveyance of child erotica, online child prostitution, children’s utilize of web cafés, child trafficking through online gatherings and other issues emerging from uncontrolled Web utilize. For case, ASEAN is however to create a region-wide uniform approach on the legitimate definition of generation, spread, capacity and utilize of materials including sexual mishandle of children. Be that as it may, it is essential that ASEAN is not the as it were territorial body having this issue. It is detailed that as it were 29 out of 187 nations that are individuals of Interpol have passed enactment to battle against child erotica and 93 nations have never passed such enactment. (International Centre for missing and exploited children, child pornography 2008). In addition, ASEAN part nations have a few principal issues that increment the complexity of defining and executing institutionalized laws over the locale. For case, the age of assent to have sex and the meaning of sexual connections with children varies essentially due to distinctive ASEAN countries’ social and devout conviction frameworks (UNESCO 2013). A few nations will permit grown-ups to have sex with children as youthful as 13 a long time or indeed quickly after achieving adolescence. For illustration, in Cambodia, 13 a long time is the age of assent to have sex while in Philippines it is 12 a long time and in Laos it is 15 a long time (Mahassni 2015). Hoodlums utilize this principal distinction as a gap to misuse children since it is simple for them to cross borders. Singaporeans, for illustration, are supposedly a major populace bunch that will cross borders to Thailand and Indonesia to commit genuine child sex offenses (Williams et al. 2008). The lawful commitment of Internet Service Providers(ISP) to ensure children in the internet is an region which needs particular specify. ISPs are major accomplices in violations against children in the internet but their legitimate commitments are however to be clearly characterized in the ASEAN locale. Numerous nations have presented a few directions to direct the exercises of ISP.For illustration, Singapore has received a approach where the Government chooses what is satisfactory substance on-line and acts as a channel of web substance (Rao 2015). ISPs in the ASEAN locale are however to be committed to distinguish the whereabouts of individuals who transfer illicit pictures of children, or of businesses that work child prostitute rings. It is time that the ASEAN locale presented legitimate commitments on the portion of ISPs to guarantee that materials passing through their arrange are legitimate, do not compromise the security of children, and treat children with nobility and regard.According to Child Safety Online: Global Challenges and Strategies in 2012, important worldwide laws and key challenges to governments and law authorization organizations have been laid out, and proposing a key security system with four primary goals: (1) enabling children and advancing their strength; (2) evacuating exemption for abusers; (3) lessening accessibility of destructive fabric from the Internet; and (4) advancing recuperation and recovery for children who have experienced harm.A general boycott on child-inappropriate substance up to characterized age levels in Australia, Korea, Japan, Modern Zealand and most European nations (OECD 2012). In India, there is a boycott of 857 explicit websites in 2015 (News18, 2015). The government plans sex instruction program for children: Ismail et al. (2015) reports that India’s National AIDS Control Organization and the Ministry of Human Resource and Development are planning programs to teach children on sex with different subjects and perspectives. The government stores and dispatches campaigns and programs on assurance of children on the Internet:An mindfulness program on ‘Sensitivity of Child Rights’ organized by the Karnataka State Commission for Protection of Child Rights and Women and Child Welfare DepartmentS in affiliation with Press Club, Mangaluru at Patrika Bhavan, District Child Welfare Committee chairman Nikesh Shettyclaim to be planning to present the helpline for guardians to look for counsel and recommendations in child instruction and legitimate viewpoints of child rights and assurance (The Times Of India 2016). MyGov CEO, Shri Gaurav Dwivedi states that the Government of India accomplices with Google in the cyber security instruction and mindfulness campaign to start a across the country campaign sensitizing our youth and arrangement creators in Mission safer Internet.On safer Internet day, The Government of India co-operates with Google and Cert-In to dispatch a campaign called “Good to know” to raise online security mindfulness, which is upheld by a few organizations in India such as Digital Empowerment Foundation(DEF), Data Security Council of India(DSCI), and Internet & Mobile Association of India(IAMAI) (Tech 2014). Multi-stakeholderism: Indian government brings bounty of partners together (Google, Cert-In, DEF, CERT, DSCI, IAMAI) to take an interest in the execution of Internet Security campaign.Mechanical Determinism: As Web and innovation propels, India’s social and social structure has been changed: Issuing laws against cyber crimes, cyber bullying and other infringement on the Web will influence Indian’s advancement of cyber laws (Mehta & Jaiswal 2016). With endless online dangers of child sexual misuses, bounty of programs and campaigns are started for online child protection. However, laws and arrangements are inadequate: Indian laws have been quiet on cyber bullying while cyberbullying has been expanding over the a long time and has come to an disturbing rate making India on the third position in terms of cyber bullying cases over the globe (Mehta & Jaiswal 2016). What wrongdoings might be taken out is not completely predicted, they can be taken out in numerous shapes and can be attempted beneath diverse arrangements of Indian existing laws (Mehta & Jaiswal 2016).3) Do life style and education play an important role in this global issue ?Parents utilize apps to oversee children’s online exercises: o 39 percent of American guardians utilize parental observing, blocking, sifting for children’s online exercises (Anderson 2016). 36 percent of Indian guardians said they utilized program to screen their children’s movement on these gadgets, agreeing to a report by McAfee (The Economy Times 2017). Parents set up rules and straightforwardly check their child online exercises and devices. Pew Research Center’s consider appears 61 percent of guardians check what websites their child visits, 60 percent check their child’s social media profiles, 56 percent include companion and take after their child social media (Anderson 2016). Indian guardians are having an expanding propensity to check their child social media (Pillai 2015). Be that as it may, there has not any particular statistics.Parents teach children on the right and off-base doing online. Pew Investigate Center’s ponder appears 95 percent have talked to their child almost what is fitting to see and share online, with 40 percent doing so habitually, 95 percent have talked with their child around suitable media to expend (such as books, magazines), with 36 percent doing so habitually, 92 percent of guardians have ever talked with their child around their online behaviors, with 36 percent doing so regularly (Anderson 2016). this is an advantage for guardians in the contention on child assurance, be that as it may, in Indian setting, this demonstrates to be a gigantic disadvantage.• Parents are too busy to have conversations with their kids:In India, fathers spend about 7 to 8 minutes per day chatting and listening to their children, and mothers often spend 11 minutes, and even mothers who stay at home do not talk to their children more than half-an-hour a day (Pednekar 2012). • Education that parents provide is not enough:Following the culture and life style,Indian parents believe that educating children about sex is shameful and inappropriate (The Times Of India 2010) as they consider sex as a taboo (Ismail et al., 2015) and the consequece of sex education is increasing the number of children having sex (Pujari 2015).• Children have a tendency of hiding things from parents:81 percent of children in India cover up what they do online from parents (Telenor Group 2013).• The way parents and children see things is different:According to Tech 2014, 84 percent of the Indian parents do not believe that their child is being harmed online while they claims to be cyber bullying victims (Tech 2014).ConclusionIt must be emphasised that child online safety is a global issue. Due to the economy, law, culture and education, Asia are now threatened by these concerns. However, all the country are working hard to fight against this problem.