FACEBOOK AND GOOGLE ‘COMPLICIT’ IN VIETNAM CENSORSHIP
Rights group Amnesty said Facebook and Google have aided the Vietnamese government in censoring criticism and repressing dissent.
In a new report, the group accuses the tech giants of “far-reaching complicity” by blocking content deemed critical of authorities.
Vietnam’s authorities have a reputation for restricting freedom of speech.
In recent years several bloggers have been jailed for publishing articles critical of the Communist state.