When using Facebook, users are advised to regularly change passwords, update two-layer protection, not log in or access strange links.
The scam of tagging people in forged articles about traffic accidents to steal passwords has been discovered by Facebook.
Facebook has removed 2,311 posts that violated Vietnamese laws from its platform since the beginning of the year, up by 400 per cent compared to the whole of last year.
The tax authority will coordinate with commercial banks to manage taxes with cash flow in and out of digital platforms such as YouTube, Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Netflix arising from transactions in Vietnam, including from individuals.
Experts say there is great potential for social payments in Vietnam thanks to the high number of social media users.
Despite urging by the Law on Cybersecurity, few international companies handling the data of local customers have set up data centres in Vietnam.
The amount of tax collected from cross-border platforms in the first 11 months of 2020 was about VND1 trillion. But the figure doesn’t truly reflect the real activities of the platforms in Vietnam.
Vietnamese sellers have found many methods to advertise and sell goods via Facebook, and they are trying to lure buyers by showing naked chest images, with low cut tops, at livestreams.
With its popularity and easy policies, Facebook has proven to be the favorite place for anti-fans to gather to defame celebrities.
Mrs. Truong Thi Truc, 80, from the central province of Thanh Hoa, has found her 49-year-old daughter after being missing for 26 years, thanks to information shared on Facebook.
Online sellers on Facebook have complained that they cannot sell their goods.
Thua Thien Hue Province and Facebook have launched a comprehensive partnership programme to support the province in the digital transformation process, with the aim of turning Hue into a smart municipality in the near future.
Territories are subject to different tax rates by Steam, but Vietnam is not included, although this platform has subsidized Vietnamese users since 2017.
Foreign organizations and individuals providing cross-border advertising services generating revenue in Vietnam must pay taxes and comply with Vietnam’s laws.