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Being open to the world but not depending on technology is a challenge for many countries, not only Vietnam.

Protecting copyright in cyberspace: challenging issue

The digital environment poses challenges for the protection of the rights of subjects and activities of management and enforcement agencies on copyright and related rights.

Fraud crimes in Vietnam becoming increasingly sophisticated

The Ministry of Public Security has announced that recently fraudulent activities to appropriate property have become more complicated and sophisticated, especially frauds on the cyber space.

TikTok: success for those who dare to go against the majority and lessons for VN

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg could not find a way to turn the attack on TikTok. He said that TikTok is a threat to America's values and technology position.

Strengthening tools to protect children in cyberspace

The strong development of the Internet and social networks has made children become digital citizens early, which brings many benefits in the service of learning, entertainment, and enhanced social interaction.

Vietnam's online child protection organization internationally honored

CyberKid Vietnam recently won the category Social Impact - Asia Pacific of the Customer Success Awards 2021 organized by Workplace from Meta.

 

CyberKid Vietnam joins hands with global security firm to protect children online

CyberKid Vietnam is the first social organization in Vietnam with 100% Vietnamese ideas, owned and operated by Vietnamese to protect and support Vietnamese children in cyberspace.

Equipping children with self-defense skills on cyberspace

The Department of Child Care and Protection will join forces with local authorities, relevant agencies and organizations to train children with the skills to protect themselves in cyberspace.

There’s no excuse for offending other people’s honor and dignity: official

No one has the right to infringe upon the body, life, honor and dignity of other people, for any reason, said Truong Quoc Anh, officer of the People’s Procuracy and a social network user.

Vietnamese children need safer environment in cyberspace

Children often spend a lot of time learning, playing and exploring on the internet. Besides the undeniable benefits, unseen threats are also part of cyberspace.

Newspapers and social media: cooperation or confrontation?

VietNamNet spoke with Nguyen Ngoc Chu, a respected mathematician, who is a well-known Facebooker whose posts on his page attract at least 1,000 likes each.

VN needs system that automatically scans, detects bad content on social networks

The second technological solution is a system that automatically scans and detects content unreasonable to children, or content where children are the subjects of abuse.

Social networks full of negative energy: artists

“Facebook has recently been covered with fake news and bad news, which has spread negative energy,” said Anh Tuyet, a famous singer.

Cyber trash: livestreamers swear at customers while selling goods

Even shop owners, who sell goods to earn their living, have been found cursing at customers when livestreaming.

Unhealthy content on cyberspace threatens Vietnamese users

Many Internet users in Vietnam, especially young people, students and children are negatively affected by unhealthy information and images that are freely distributed in cyberspace.

The victims of livestreams

Imagine that you or your children become the victim of public denouncements when your information is exposed to the public. What would you do?

Joining forces to clean up cyberspace

Many livestreams, where ‘social network gangsters’ feel free to curse and insult others, have been organized online, attracting thousands of likes.

Digital transformation opens up new development space

"Like exploring new lands, the expanded cyberspace will open up a new development space for the country,” Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung said at the 13th National Party Congress on Thursday morning (January 28).

Protecting children in cyberspace requires extra effort: Confab

The Ministry of Information and Communications, in collaboration with UNICEF, organised a conference to gather ideas on a project to protect and support children in cyberspace during the 2020-2025 period,

Over 60 individuals, organizations caught illegally trading data in cyberspace

The Ministry of Public Security has identified more than 60 individuals and organizations that have illegally traded and used stolen personal data in cyberspace.