1 min readVietnam passes new cyberlaw allowing online censorship

Vietnam is replicating China’s Great Firewall. Will they be as successful? What does this move mean for the regular Vietnamese?

Vietnam’s new cyberlaw will enable government authorities to monitor online activity and to remove “toxic” content. It will also require internet companies like Facebook and Google to setup local branches so that they can store data locally, hence allowing government authorities to have easy access on users’ private data.

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