Amnesty International Reveals Extent of Facebook, YouTube Complicity in Vietnamese State Repression

Brett Wilkins, staff writer “For millions of Vietnamese netizens, Facebook was the great hope for helping to build a free and open society—and it still has the power…

Brett Wilkins, staff writer
“For millions of Vietnamese netizens, Facebook was the great hope for helping to build a free and open society—and it still has the power to be,” said Amnesty’s lead regional campaigner. 
The communist government of Vietnam has been cracking down on social media companies and users. (Photo: AFP/Getty Images)

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