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Meta Platforms sets up climate science centre in Vietnam

Meta Platforms Inc. (formerly Facebook Inc.) has announced the establishment of climate science centres (CSCs) in Vietnam and over 30 countries in the Asia Pacific region.Meta Platforms said the development of CSCs in more than 120 countries demonstrates the social network’s commitment to connecting global ...

Vietnam sets new regulations, tightens advertising on Facebook, YouTube

From September 15, cross-border platforms such as Facebook and Google will have to remove ads in violation of regulations within 24 hours after receiving a notice from the Ministry of Communications and Information.The new decree was created ad per the proposal of MIC with an ...

Trong Dat

Vietnam introduces code of conduct on social networks

The Ministry of Information and Communications on June 17 introduced a code of conduct on social networks to create a safe and healthy online environment.The code of conduct, which targets organizations and individuals using social networks and social network service providers in Vietnam, is designed ...

“Make in Vietnam” social network Lotus makes debut

The social network “Lotus”, developed by VCCorp Communication Technology Company, was official launched in Hanoi on September 16.Lotus is working with over 500 content creators in 20 different fields such as education, economy, photography, story writing, blog and vlog writing, lifestyle, entertainment, music, and marketing. ...

Gov’t calls for social network ethics code

The Government has urged the Ministry of Information and Communications to build a code of ethics on social networks for internet service providers and users to create a healthy networking atmosphere in the country.Keep reading ...

VOV News Reporter

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

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