Tik Toker No O No, who criticized the poor, was boycotted by the community and forced to shut down by the authorities. He is not the first Tik Toker that has posted bad content on social networks.
More than 3,200 videos and articles with false or fake information were removed by cross-border platforms in Vietnam in the first quarter of 2022.
People under the age of 26 in Vietnam spend more than seven hours a day on mobile apps such as Facebook, Youtube, Zalo, Tik Tok, Facebook Messenger and Shopee, among others.
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.
The nation ranked sixth on the list of the top 25 most viewed countries on popular social media platform TikTok with 107 million hits.
In 2020, Vietnamese spent 25% of their time on smartphones surfing Facebook and 12% of their time watching YouTube.
Popular Vietnamese TikTok user Tho Nguyen recently caused outrage online by posting videos about Kuman Thong dolls online, asking the dolls to bless her studies after "receiving many requests from children".
Tho Nguyen, a YouTuber famous for content for kids, with more than 8.7 million followers, has been criticized by the online community for two video clips with superstitious content.
Despite urging by the Law on Cybersecurity, few international companies handling the data of local customers have set up data centres in Vietnam.
Tik Tok has been denounced of sending information about American citizens to China. However, it continues to deny the allegations.
"VNG requests TikTok to remove all music segments taken from Zing records from both the TikTok application and the website, and an indemnification for damages of over VND221 billion ($9.5 million),"
US Secretary of State hints that Chinese apps - like TikTok - could be targeted.