Open Letter to Facebook on World Press Freedom Day 2019: Don’t Give in to Censorship in Vietnam May 3, 2019 With over 64 million Facebook
Viet Tan brings you the latest analysis on pressing issues in Vietnam. Due to come into effect on January 1, 2019, the Vietnamese government’s “Cybersecurity” Law
Dear Mark Zuckerberg: What do the Philadelphia Museum of Art, a Danish member of parliament, and a news anchor from the Philippines have in common?
David Gilbert | September 28, 2018 Vietnam sent a stern warning to dissidents this week: criticize the government online and you’ll end up in jail.
David Gilbert | August 17, 2018 A court in Vietnam Thursday sentenced an environmental campaigner to 20 years in jail for content posted to Facebook
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 16, 2018 A successful businessman turned community organizer and blogger, Le Dinh Luong was sentenced to 20 years followed by 5
20 Members of Congress and Senators including Vietnam Caucus chairs Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ), Zoe Lofgren (D-CA), Alan Lowenthal (D-CA) and Senator Marco Rubio have
Hanoi’s new cyber security move attacked as crackdown on free expression John Reed | July 17, 2018 A group of US Congress members has written to
Joshua Lipes | July 17, 2018 Nearly two dozen members of the U.S. Congress have written to the heads of Facebook and Google urging them
Activists say the US social media giant is obliging Communist Party requests to block and take down democracy and rights-related content By DAVID HUTT, @davidhuttjourno
Civil Society Groups Form Coalition to Demand Parity, Transparency and Accountability from Facebook in the Global South
TORONTO, CANADA (May 18, 2018): Frontline organizers and activists representing Myanmar, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, India, Syria, Philippines and Ethiopia formed a coalition to hold
April 10, 2018 | Megha Rajagopalan The open letter from human rights activists and independent media groups in Vietnam criticizing Mark Zuckerberg comes ahead of his