Harsh prison sentences and press freedom in Vietnam

Journalist Le Ha, in charge of the independent television channel “Vietnamese TV,” on the evening of January 6, told RFA that a 37-year prison sentence was pronounced by a Vietnamese court to three members of the “Independent Journalists Association of…
Vietnam intensifies content censorship, suppressing online voices in 2020

In 2020, the Vietnamese party and government continue to increase the pressure on companies with social networking platforms such as Facebook and Youtube to strengthen censorship and remove articles and videos labeled as “anti-state.” Many social network users in Vietnam…
Facebook limits access to 5 RFA posts in just 4 months!

The article “Voters expect the General Secretary to stay in office again – paving the way for Mr. Trong to stay?” was posted on Radio Free Asia (RFA)’s Facebook page on June 30, but it was blocked by the giant…
President Trump warning Facebook for restricting free speech

In the context of the increasingly complicated Covid-19 pandemic, especially in Western countries, Facebook has been continuously reflected on obstructing freedom of speech in a confusing way, especially regarding the content of Covid-19 outbreak. The Verge, a well-known technology news…