Cambodian National Police Chief General Neth Savoeun (Photo: https://www.khmertimeskh.com/)

Cambodia to monitor all social media posts

Cambodian National Police Chief General Neth Savoeun on June 5 asked all officers to monitor social media platforms such as Facebook for posts by ill-intentioned groups who attack the government.

A shipper delivers goods to a customer. (Photo: SGGP)

Online market vibrant amid Covid-19 outbreak

Receiving calls continuously, noting orders and delivery addresses of customers, and checking messages on Facebook and Zalo are daily duties of many employees of online stores in Ho Chi Minh City. Because during this time, many consumers are afraid of going shopping due to concerns over the Covid-19 outbreak.
(Illustrative photo:SGGP)

Vietnam launches tourism promotion campaign on Facebook

The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism has just launched a #VietnamNOW photo contest on its Facebook page at @vietnamtourismboard, aiming  at widely introducing as well as advertising Vietnamese tourism products to the world.
At the launch ceremony of the partnership (Photo: sggp)

Da Nang, Facebook join hands in disaster response

The central city of Da Nang and Facebook on July 31 kicked off a partnership programme on enhancing disaster response and digital capacity, the first of its kind sealed between Facebook and a Vietnamese locality.
Students oriented towards correct use of social network

Students oriented towards correct use of social network

Many years ago, senior and junior high schools prohibited students from using smartphones. Notwithstanding, for two recent years, schools have allowed students to use the device with orientation toward right use of smartphone and social network of students themselves.

The information channels to receive feedback on problems with technical infrastructure in HCMC

Citizen feedback to be submitted via Facebook

The Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) Department of Information and Communications has just proposed to the HCMC People’s Committee receiving feedback from citizens via a social network besides the current system of the hotline 1022.

Minister Truong Minh Tuan addresses the meeting. (MIC photo)

Google, Facebook removes videos and links violating Vietnamese law

By the end of June, 2018, Google has blocked, removed nearly 6,700 video clips from YouTube, including nearly 300 video clips related to provoking people and anti-Party, State content, according to a conference held by the Ministry of Information and Communication in Hanoi yesterday.