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Agencies urged to handle livestreams and chat groups with bad contenticon

Agencies urged to handle livestreams and chat groups with bad content

The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) has asked provincial and municipal authorities to strengthen management and handle violations of information on social networks.
 
Code of conduct on social media to come soonicon

Code of conduct on social media to come soon

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
06/12/2020
The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) has compiled a Code of Conduct (COC) for social networks, 
Trump signs executive order targeting Twitter after fact-checking rowicon

Trump signs executive order targeting Twitter after fact-checking row

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
29/05/2020
The US president's move follows a decision by Twitter to add a 'fact-check' notice to his tweets.
Trump to 'sign executive order about social media'icon

Trump to 'sign executive order about social media'

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
28/05/2020
The latest dispute comes after Twitter added fact-check links to the president's tweets for the first time.
Consolidating protection for intellectual property rightsicon

Consolidating protection for intellectual property rights

BUSINESS
14/03/2020
As Vietnam strives to forge a digital economy, there is a growing need to protect intellectual property rights. 
Facebook asked to verify identity of users in Vietnamicon

Facebook asked to verify identity of users in Vietnam

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
05/11/2019
It is one of the solutions to enhance electronic information management from now on.
Enforcing copyrights on social media in Vietnamicon

Enforcing copyrights on social media in Vietnam

BUSINESS
21/06/2019
Spending on online advertising in Vietnam in 2018 reached $550 million, including Facebook’s $235 million, Google’s $152 million, and the remaining $150 million divided among local advertising firms.
Vietnam could follow up EU social media slapdownicon

Vietnam could follow up EU social media slapdown

FEATURE
01/06/2019
In fact, both Facebook and Google have been using content of entertainment and news articles, so thanks to this, gaining hundreds of millions of US dollars in annual advertising revenue in Vietnam.