New year, new repression: Vietnam imposes draconian ‘China

censorship | Saigonist - Expat Living in Vietnam Internet Censorship in Southeast Asian Countries (Myanmar, China, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam): Vietnam has been labeled an "enemy of the Internet" by Reporters Without Borders. There have been a lot of cases of bloggers being targeted, harrassed, and arrested. New year, new repression: Vietnam imposes draconian ‘China Internet companies can now be compelled to hand over user data, and must remove content the communist authorities deem inappropriate Censorship in Vietnam: JFK Miller Interviews Thomas Bass With permission from author Thomas Bass, The Vietnamese is pleased to reprint the interview Mr. Bass has given to JFK Miller, a Melbourne-based journalist, in February 2018 on his latest book, Censorship in Vietnam: Brave New World Thomas A. Bass’s 2009 book The Spy Who Loved Us dissects the double life of Pham Xuan An, a […] Censorship in the Digital Age – by “Ted P” – Yale Law Tech

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Mar 16, 2019 · Under Vietnam’s new cybersecurity law, U.S. tech giants face stricter censorship Attendees peer through portholes on the Google stand at MWC Barcelona, the wireless industry’s biggest Feb 19, 2018 · The development of Vietnam’s Internet infrastructure has outpaced the government’s ability to regulate and control it. The best it can do is restrict access to certain sites. It has also deployed

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Vietnam internet censorship. Comments. comments. Ad. EDITOR PICKS. Top 10 Best and Most Famous Airlines in the World. September 22, 2016. 7 Countries with the Free College Education. July 27, 2016. WikiZero - Internet censorship in Vietnam Internet censorship in Vietnam prevents access to websites critical of the Vietnamese government, expatriate political parties, and international human rights organizations, among others or anything the Vietnamese government doesn't agree with. Online police reportedly monitor Internet cafes and cyber dissidents have been imprisoned. Under Vietnam’s new cybersecurity law, U.S. tech giants Mar 16, 2019