The Vietnamese government approved a law that insists on Google and Facebook to store users' data in the country. While this raises questions about privacy, the business case for Internet…
More than 50 Vietnamese activists, rights campaigners and bloggers have been put behind bars in 2018, in one of the harshest crackdowns in years.
Four activists have been imprisoned for flying the forbidden flag of South Vietnam, earning jail sentences of up to 11 years.
A Vietnamese court has jailed nine people for "attempting to overthrow the state," the latest heavy sentence doled out in a crackdown against activists.
The deployment of 10,000 cyber warriors to fight online dissent in Vietnam adds a grim "new dimension" to controls on free speech in the country.
Vietnam jailed 15 people on Wednesday for a foiled terrorism plot to detonate petrol bombs at the country's busiest airport ahead of a national holiday.