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Facebook violated controversial cybersecurity law : Says Vietnam

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Facebook violated controversial cybersecurity law : Says Vietnam

Facebook has abused Vietnam's new cybersecurity law by enabling user to post hostile to government remarks on the stage, state media said on Wednesday, days after the disputable enactment produced results in the socialist ruled nation. In spite of monetary changes and expanding receptiveness to social change, Vietnam's Communist Party holds tight media oversight and does not endure contradict. 

"Facebook had supposedly not reacted to a demand to expel fanpages inciting exercises against the express," the official Vietnam News Agency stated, refering to the Ministry of Information and Communication. 

In an announcement, a Facebook representative stated, "We have a reasonable procedure for governments to report unlawful substance to us, and we audit every one of these solicitations against our terms of administration and nearby law." She didn't detailed. The service said Facebook likewise enabled individual records to transfer posts containing "derogatory" content, hostile to government slant and slander of people and associations, the office included. 

"This substance had been found to genuinely damage Vietnam's Law on cybersecurity" and government controls on the administration, arrangement and utilization of web administrations, it cited the service as saying. 

Worldwide innovation organizations and rights bunches have prior said the cybersecurity law, which produced results on Jan 1 and incorporates prerequisites for innovation firms to set up neighborhood workplaces and store information locally, could undermine advancement and smother development in Vietnam. Organization authorities have secretly communicated worries that the new law could make it simpler for the experts to seize client information and open neighborhood representatives to capture.

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