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Posting false information on Facebook, four people in Hanoi have been fined a total of VND30 million (around $1,500).

Can Tho: Facebooker jailed for 18 months for anti-State posts

A Facebooker in Can Tho has been sentenced to 18 months in prison on charge of “taking advantage of the rights to freedom and democracy to infringe upon State interests, legitimate rights and interests of organisations and individuals”

Famous Facebooker discovered posting unverified COVID-19 news

A Vietnamese Facebook influencer has been summoned by police for posting unverified information about the COVID-19 pandemic.


Facebook user fined for false post on Ly Son Island’s garlic

The HCMC Department of Information and Communications has imposed a fine of VND12.5 million on Luong Hoang Anh for her inaccurate Facebook post suggesting that Ly Son Island garlic is contaminated with pesticides.


Woman fined for fake Facebook news about plane crash

Police in the southern province of Binh Duong has fined a local woman (USD521.73) for spreading fake news about a plane crash on her Facebook account.


Facebook user arrested for spreading misinformation on Dong Tam incident

A Vietnamese Facebook user in Can Tho was detained on Sunday for allegedly disseminating misinformation on a land dispute that left three police officers and one protestor dead in Dong Tam Commune, My Duc District, Hanoi City Thursday.


Online sellers on Facebook asked to declare income

More than 900 Facebook account holders identified by the HCMC Taxation Agency as online traders have declared tax, while 11,000 account holders have not done so, after receiving a message from the taxation body.

Vietnamese earn big money from Youtube

VietNamNet Bridge - Many young people can earn thousands of dollars a month just by uploading video clips on Youtube.