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Vietnamese Activists React to Facebook Taking Down “Anti-state” Posts

Vietnamese Activists React to Facebook Taking Down “Anti-state” Posts
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In mid-April, Reuters [https://www.reuters.com/article/us-vietnam-facebook-exclusive-idUSKCN2232JX] broke the news that Facebook agreed to censor so-called “anti-state” posts after the Vietnamese government put pressure on the social networking site and took local servers offline, slowing down traffic. Since the news broke, the activist and politically-engaged community in Vietnam

Linh Nguyen
Linh Nguyen
Internet Freedom
Vietnam: Increasing Cyber Attacks on Activists Portray A Shrinking Internet Freedom

Vietnam: Increasing Cyber Attacks on Activists Portray A Shrinking Internet Freedom
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During the last week of November and in early December 2017, many [https://www.facebook.com/thudinhn/posts/1571770369583394?hc_location=ufi] of the independent media websites in Vietnam reported that access to their sites had been blocked. This includes [https://twitter.com/miketatarski/status/938655741929385984] The Vietnamese. Readers confirmed

Quynh-Vi Tran
Quynh-Vi Tran
Human Rights