The Digital Rights Crackdown in Southeast Asia
Across the region, governments are using tightened internet regulations to circumscribe freedoms
By: Nguyễn Vũ
Vietnam released its highly anticipated data privacy legislation in July, a comprehensive law representing a significant milestone for the country, with the government joining other Southeast Asia nations in passing laws protecting individuals from having their personal information raided. But although it came into force on July 1 with no t…
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