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[liberationtech] ONI brief on Vietnam

Ronald Deibert r.deibert at utoronto.ca
Mon Sep 10 14:03:00 PDT 2012


Dear Lib Tech

ONI has released a brief on Internet controls in Vietnam.  Details below:

Information openness has come under further threat in Vietnam, as the ongoing suppression of critical voices within the country may be strengthened through recently proposed regulations regarding use of the Internet. The new regulations seek to further criminalize and ban controversial web content, which combined with Vietnam’s long history of Internet censorship could further restrict an already limited information environment. Those same regulations also seek to impose new restrictions on bloggers, a community that has long experienced detainments, intimidation, and assaults.

In the wake of these proposed extensions to the country’s already strict information controls regime,OpenNet Initiative (ONI) conducted in-country testing to document and analyze state-level filtering of online content. This brief outlines the new restrictions proposed in the country, provides background about ONI’s past research in Vietnam, and reports the results of ONI’s most recent tests for Internet filtering.

Read the full ONI brief here:
http://opennet.net/blog/2012/09/update-threats-freedom-expression-online-vietnam

Regards
Ron

Ronald Deibert
Director, the Citizen Lab 
and the Canada Centre for Global Security Studies
Munk School of Global Affairs
University of Toronto
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