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Vietnam parliament passes cyber law denounced in street protests

Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday, 13 June 2018
Vietnam's National Assembly has passed a cybersecurity law requiring companies like Google and Facebook to store data of users in the country.
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On Tuesday, Reuters reported that Vietnamese legislators approved a cybersecurity law that tightens control of the internet and global tech companies operating in the Communist-led country. The cyber law requires Facebook, Google, and other global technology firms to store locally “important”...

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