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An incident occurred on the Asia-Africa-Europe 1 (AAE-1) undersea communication cable, affecting Internet connection from Vietnam to Singapore from September 27 morning.
Blocking violators on cyberspace aims to deter them, so they will not break the law again or try to stop avoid punishment by eliminating traces of their activity.
Social networks will be required to remove content found in violation immediately. Such accounts, community pages and content channels will be locked. The heavy sanctions are expected to help clean up cyberspace.
Telecom carriers are trying to cool down the fierce competition in the fixed broadband internet market.
When the flaws on the S1.8 branch of APG undersea fiber optic cable route are completely fixed, slated for the end of August, 100 percent of internet international connection capacity from Vietnam will be restored.
Four out of the five international undersea cables that were damaged last year and early this year have been repaired, the Department of Telecommunications under the Ministry of Information and Communications announced on June 1.
The problems found in Branch S1I of the America Asia Gateway (AAG) undersea cable have been fixed, restoring the internet data connection between Vietnam and Hong Kong (China).
Repair has been finished on two of the five broken undersea cables linking Vietnam with the world, namely Intra Asia (IA) and SMW3, according to the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC).
Two of the five broken undersea cables linked to the nation, including Asia Pacific Gateway (APG) and Intra Asia (IA), have been fully restored, according to the Ministry of Information and Communications at a press conference held on May 5.
Following problems with undersea fiber optic cables, Vietnamese telecom carriers have spent a lot of money to lease land transmission channels to ensure internet connection and improve the quality of some services.
Starlink has shown its willingness to cooperate with Vietnam and bring satellite internet services provided by the company owned by billionaire Elon Musk to Vietnam.
Despite having been launched in Vietnam for a long time, satellite Internet does not have a wide market due to its high price. The situation might improve with the introduction of SpaceX’s satellite internet constellation Starlink.
Vietnamese network operators have purchased more fiber optic cable capacity on land after five undersea fiber optic cable routes faced problems.