13:55 | 19/06/2023
Vietnam is in the top 10 countries with the largest number of Facebook, TikTok and YouTuber users in the world, Singapore's DataReportal research company recently reported.
14:29 | 01/06/2023
As they gain internet fame through Vietnam-related content across different platforms like YouTube, Facebook and streaming sites, many expats formed a community whom share the same love and interest for the foreign land.
16:49 | 06/05/2022
In the latest version, a limited number of Facebook users in Vietnam can comment with music.
15:11 | 06/12/2021
The Institute for Social Development Studies of Vietnam, partnered with global partners to build a tool to let people submit nudes to a central website for removal from multiple platforms.
08:13 | 08/11/2021
Facebook and many other big brands are ready to monetize the metaverse.
08:01 | 01/11/2021
A Vietnamese company named Meta, established in 2007, said it had full legal papers to keep its brand if Facebook intended to use the new name in Vietnam.
17:13 | 21/10/2021
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.
13:48 | 23/07/2021
Vietnam has issued a new decree to tighten cross-border ad regulations for foreign companies like Google and Facebook
19:56 | 19/07/2021
Facebook said last week that it would let the administrators in its groups appoint users as "experts."
06:23 | 02/07/2021
Facebook this week announced filing a lawsuit against four individuals in Vietnam — over advertising-related schemes.
15:17 | 19/04/2021
Facebook recently has kick-started a campaign on Instagram to encourage Vietnamese young people’s innovative spirits and promote values created by them.
08:29 | 27/02/2021
Facebook Inc ended a one-week blackout of Australian news on its popular social media site on February 26 and announced preliminary commercial agreements with three small local publishers.
08:16 | 08/02/2021
More and more young people are becoming millionaires, earning their large fortune from social media sites and online commerce, according to tax authorities.
08:16 | 03/01/2021
The total amount of tax paid by individuals who have conducted transactions through Google and Facebook platforms during the 2019-2020 period reached some VND 1 trillion (roughly US$42.8 million), the General Department of Taxation reported.
08:51 | 10/12/2020
Federal regulators asked Wednesday for Facebook to be ordered to divest its Instagram and WhatsApp messaging services as the U.S. government and 48 states and districts accused the company of abusing its market power in social networking to crush smaller competitors.
07:11 | 16/09/2020
Facebook admits that climate change “is real” and that “the science is unambiguous and the need to act grows more urgent by the day” so they launch climate change information center. It also targets to achieve net zero carbon emissions and be supported fully by renewable energy in its own operations this year.
11:46 | 02/09/2020
Facebook and the Mekong River Commission (MRC) Secretariat will join hands to provide early flood alert and drought monitoring information to communities and governments in the Lower Mekong region.
07:19 | 26/08/2020
Google and Facebook will have to perform their tax duty and take responsibility for content verification of cross-border advertising services in Vietnam.
10:17 | 23/08/2020
A proposed amendment to a government decree on advertising will require international advertising service providers to block and remove illegal contents when demanded by authorities.
07:16 | 29/07/2020
Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg is prepared with what he sees as a compelling argument for lawmakers willing to criticize him on antitrust issues: Hindering American tech innovation only helps China.
15:18 | 30/11/2023
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10:06 | 30/11/2023