Communication efforts in the fight against child abuse must capitalise on social network platforms and information technology to have a greater effect, National Assembly Vice Chairman Do Ba Ty said on April 27.
VOV.VN - Social networks have become popular among people of every age and gender. Using social networks in a socially responsible way, however, is somewhat less popular.
Lotus, the newly launched ‘made in Vietnam’ social network, aims to focus on distributing content for press agencies and entertainment content producers.
Vietnamese authorities are struggling to deal with online sales of fake and contraband products, with several tricks used to avoid detection.
VOV.VN - Next Media has signed a deal with Thairath TV to purchase the broadcasting rights of two matches at the King’s Cup 2019.
Vietnam has one of the best human resources in this world to become a cybersecurity powerhouse, says information minister.
A conference on social networks and information safety took place in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, as part of the information and communications collaboration framework between Vietnam and Cambodia.
Vietnamese enterprises are starting to grab opportunities from the global value chain through social networks and technological developments.
The usefulness of social networks in enhancing dialogue between administration and businesses was highlighted at a seminar in the northern province of Quang Ninh on November 2.
While businesses in Vietnam find it convenient and effective to advertise through social networks, it is getting difficult to prove that this kind of marketing is eligible for tax deductions.
Vietnam needs its own networks to force Facebook, Google to comply with Vietnamese laws, a meeting heard on September 8.
Vietnam is developing digital banking, but vulnerabilities in cybersecurity remain a barrier to growth.
VOV.VN - The Internet and social networks hold risks for vulnerable children, lack judgement and social awareness. It’s vital to help children protect themselves in the digital world by improving their understanding of social networks and teaching them about the potential risks.
Amazon will find it not easy to conquer the Vietnamese market as it will have to compete with millions of people selling products via social networks, especially Facebook, analysts say.
Almost a third of more than 4,100 enterprises surveyed in Vietnam do business on social networks, a slight decrease from the previous year, according to a survey conducted by Vietnam E-commerce Association (VECOM).
Vietnam has been ranked 87th on a global survey that rated 119 countries in terms of their ability to attract, develop and retain talent.
After a long journey, the “Enabling Boat” project has achieved its goals and created remarkable changes.
VOV.VN - 2017 has been a good year for the paper sector which has seen production capacity grow at a rate of 50% and exports increase by 14.5%.
Social network users could face fines of up to VND50 million (US$2,200) if they violate regulations in a draft decree proposed by the Ministry of Information and Communications.
The Vietnamese government plans to work with Facebook to remove fake pages that purport to belong to state leaders as it pursues a social media cleanup campaign, Minister of Information and Communications Truong Minh Tuan told a parliamentary committee on April 18.