File photo of a man using Facebook on his phone at a cafe in Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo: EPAFile photo of a man using Facebook on his phone at a cafe in Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo: EPA
File photo of a man using Facebook on his phone at a cafe in Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo: EPA

Vietnam could give tech companies one year to obey new cybersecurity law

  • Bill would require tech companies to store data in the country, remove ‘toxic content’ from websites and hand over user information if asked
  • Any country in breach of the law could be barred from offering its services – from online payment systems to social networks – in Vietnam

Topic |   Internet
File photo of a man using Facebook on his phone at a cafe in Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo: EPAFile photo of a man using Facebook on his phone at a cafe in Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo: EPA
File photo of a man using Facebook on his phone at a cafe in Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo: EPA
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