Russian Travel Blogger Shares Vietnam's Many Surprises

Russian Travel Blogger Shares Vietnam's Many Surprises

A Russian travel blogger is uncovering Vietnam's most extraordinary treasures via TikTok.
Search for “Halloween” Increases On Google and Tiktok In Vietnam

Search for “Halloween” Increases On Google and Tiktok In Vietnam

According to statistics from Google Trends, the trend of searching for the keyword "Halloween" users in Vietnam began to increase from the end of August to the beginning of September in 2022.
Facebook Update: Users in Vietnam Can Now Add Music to Comments

Facebook Update: Users in Vietnam Can Now Add Music to Comments

In the latest version, a limited number of Facebook users in Vietnam can comment with music.
Unveiling the Social Media Dilemma

Unveiling the Social Media Dilemma

Ex-Big tech owners are taking advantage of this social media transition time as a unique opportunity by spreading the word, unveiling a message of the true hidden terror of social media for someone who needs to see it. Along with a documentary investigation and narrative drama to disrupt the disrupters, unveiling the hidden machinations behind everyone’s favorite social media and search platforms.
Ho Chi Minh City among Top Most Viewed Tourist Cities on TikTok

Ho Chi Minh City among Top Most Viewed Tourist Cities on TikTok

Ho Chi Minh City is the fifth most viewed city, and Vietnam is the sixth most viewed countries on TikTok.
Why WhatsApp Blocks 2 Million Indian Accounts

Why WhatsApp Blocks 2 Million Indian Accounts

WhatsApp has said it blocked over two million accounts in India in May and June for violating rules, in effort to fight against spam messages and abuses.
Vietnam Proposes To Regulate Livestreaming On International Social Networks

Vietnam Proposes To Regulate Livestreaming On International Social Networks

International social networks such as Youtube and Facebook can only provide livestream functions for accounts that have registered with Vietnam's Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC).
Vietnam introduces code of conduct for safe social media environment

Vietnam introduces code of conduct for safe social media environment

The code looks to develop ethical standards for behaviors on social networks, ensure civil liberty, freedom to run business, and no discrimination between domestic and foreign service providers.
"I will come home": Heartwarming drawings of doctors and nurses at Bac Giang

"I will come home": Heartwarming drawings of doctors and nurses at Bac Giang

Behind each drawing is a touching and heartwarming story about the hardworks and sacrifice of the doctors, soldiers and volunteers at Bac Giang Province, a hotspot of Covid-19 pandemic in Vietnam.
“Instagram for Vietnam” campaign to encourage young people’s innovative spirit

“Instagram for Vietnam” campaign to encourage young people’s innovative spirit

Facebook recently has kick-started a campaign on Instagram to encourage Vietnamese young people’s innovative spirits and promote values created by them.
"Bluezone lottery" to encourage people install Bluezone app

"Bluezone lottery" to encourage people install Bluezone app

Uniform invoice lottery, which means each VAT invoice will contain lucky numbers, and the winning numbers will be chosen from hand-turned lottery machines in a “live” televised ceremony that was aired periodically. The customers who keep the invoice after shopping will have a higher chance in winning a large money.
More young people become millionaires using social media

More young people become millionaires using social media

More and more young people are becoming millionaires, earning their large fortune from social media sites and online commerce, according to tax authorities.
CEO Jack Dorsey says Twitter's decision to ban Trump was right, but also 'failure'

CEO Jack Dorsey says Twitter's decision to ban Trump was right, but also 'failure'

In the recent posts on Twitter, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has defended his company's decision to Donald Trump, saying that it is the company's failure to promote "healthy" conversation and sets a "dangerous" precedent.
Twitter bans Donald Trump's account after the U.S Capitol attack

Twitter bans Donald Trump's account after the U.S Capitol attack

Twitter company announced its suspension of Donald Trump's account after the violent attacking event on the U.S Capitol in Washington, D.C, on Januart 6th, 2021.
Photos of Vietnamese 10 year-old boy with rolling muscles stun foreign social media

Photos of Vietnamese 10 year-old boy with rolling muscles stun foreign social media

Photos of a 10-year-old Vietnamese boy with muscular physique went viral and stunned Asian social media.
235 Million Instagram, Tiktok, And Youtube Accounts Leaked

235 Million Instagram, Tiktok, And Youtube Accounts Leaked

The security research team at Comparitech discovered a huge data leak of 235 million user accounts of three social networks: Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube.
Facebook joins hands with Google and other tech companies to suspend processing Hong Kong government data requests

Facebook joins hands with Google and other tech companies to suspend processing Hong Kong government data requests

Some giant tech companies, including Facebook Inc, Google Inc, and Twitter Inc, are reviewing a new security law that gives China power to strictly control voices on social media platforms.
World News Today: Trump signs executive order attempting to control social media

World News Today: Trump signs executive order attempting to control social media

World News Today May 29: Trump signs order that could punish social media companies for how they police content, drawing criticism and doubts of legality, the UK soon to lift coronavirus restrictions. Otherwise, US brings massive North Korea sanctions case focusing on bankers, etc are also the notable headlines of today’s world news. 
Trump’s executive order might curtail protections for social media companies

Trump’s executive order might curtail protections for social media companies

The Trump administration is preparing an executive order intended to curtail the legal protections that shield social media companies from liability for what gets posted on their platforms, two senior administration officials said early Thursday.
Donald Trump to sign executive order “pertaining to social media” amid Twitter furor

Donald Trump to sign executive order “pertaining to social media” amid Twitter furor

The proposed order comes after Twitter added a fact-checking label to the president's tweets falsely claiming mail-in voting is linked to fraud. Trump responded by ranting against Twitter, on Twitter, accusing the company of "interfering in the 2020 Presidential Election" and silencing conservative voices.
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Party Building Process Clearly, Substantively Reflected Viet's Home

Party Building Process Clearly, Substantively Reflected

The 7th National Press Prize on Party Building (named Golden Hammer and Sickle) - 2022 has been bountiful with thousands of entries on a variety of topics, rich in genres, closely following hot topics, outstanding events, key tasks of the political system and the country. Content relating to party building process was clarified and further exploited compared to previous years.
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