Internetzensur in Vietnam

Die OpenNet Initiative hat einen Report zur Internetzensur in Vietnam veröffentlicht (PDF).

Vietnam focuses particular effort on blocking access to sites related to topics that challenge the state’s political orthodoxy, such as those treating political dissidents, political democracy, or the proposed Vietnam Human Rights Act in the United States Congress. Sites on topics related to domestic religious faiths, such as Buddhism and Caodai, are also subject to blocking, though less extensively. In nearly all cases, sites in the Vietnamese language are far more likely to be blocked than sites in the English or French languages.

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