We are pleased to share with you our "Position Paper on Effective Internet Governance" in English and Mongolian, which was developed by our ICT and Digital Economy Committee, chaired by A.Byambajaa (META). We thank the chairwoman and members of the ICT and Digital Economy Committee including the U.S. embassy for their constructive feedback and comments on this paper. This paper analyzes the impact of social media crimes and proposes effective strategies to keep the internet safe and protect fundamental human rights, including the freedom of speech. Social media platforms have become integral to people’s lives worldwide, enabling communication, information sharing, and social interaction on an unprecedented scale. However, along with the numerous benefits, the rise of social media has also brought about significant challenges related to digital crime. Like many other countries, Mongolia faces the urgent need to govern and legislate concerns associated with social media, including fraud, child pornography, the dissemination of false information, and related crimes. While doing so, Mongolia must also ensure that new laws and policies do not infringe upon personal freedoms and free speech or cause commercial harm.