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Internet Freedom In Vietnam: Prospects And Setbacks

Internet Freedom In Vietnam: Prospects And Setbacks
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On September 21, Freedom House, a non-profit organization based in Washington D.C., released its annual “Freedom on the Net” report, classifying[1] Vietnam as “not free” in its annual 2021 ranking. A Freedom House chart evaluates the state of internet freedom in 70 countries[2] this year, based on

Jason Nguyen
Jason Nguyen
Internet Freedom
New Research: Vietnam Remains “Not Free” On Internet Freedom, Freedom House Says

New Research: Vietnam Remains “Not Free” On Internet Freedom, Freedom House Says
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Internet freedom in Vietnam has always been at the mercy of state censorship and strict government control. Journalists, bloggers, and activists face the genuine risk of harassment by state forces and even imprisonment. On September 21, 2021, Freedom House, a US-based organization founded to support and defend democracy worldwide, released

Aerolyne Reed
Aerolyne Reed
Internet Freedom