Vietnam cuts domestic server requirement for foreign firms from cyber-security bill
Vietnam’s Ministry of Public Security has scrapped an article requiring foreign tech giants such as Google and Facebook to install servers in Vietnam from its draft cyber-security law.Keep reading ...
Vietnam moves to cope with unconventional challenges on social media
Social media regulation, particularly relating to Facebook, was an agenda-topping item for various Vietnamese state agencies in 2017, highlighting the country’s apparent maneuvers to counter new threats in cyberspace.Keep reading ...
Tuoi Tre News Reporter
Special economic zones need tens of billions of U.S. dollars to develop infrastructure
It requires tens of billion of U.S. dollars for the development of infrastructure in special economic zones of Van Don, North Van Phong and Phu Quoc in the coming years. Reports show that Phu Quoc special economic zone will need $40 billion by 2030 while ...
Draft law requires Facebook, Google to set up data centers in Vietnam
A draft law on cyber security requires foreign companies providing internet and telecommunication services in Vietnam to have operation licenses, a representative agency and an open data center in the country . Under the draft law, service providers like Google, Facebook, Viber, Skype, Gmail and Uber ...
Vietnam’s Business Owners Are Loving Facebook
Vietnam has a complicated relationship with the social network. Once blocked, and still scrutinized, it has attracted the ire of authorities keen to preserve communist rule while becoming an avenue for budding entrepreneurs since access was restored. The majority of the country’s 95 million use ...
Luu Van Dat
Vietnam sorely in need to improve internet network security
Although Vietnam is among the highest in terms of the number of internet users in Asia, it ranks the 101st out of 193 countries in the ability to ensure network security.Keep reading ...