Repairs to submarine cables rescheduled Sci-Tech

Repairs to submarine cables rescheduled

Repair work on some international undersea cables is unable to be completed as scheduled, and it will take more days for Vietnam’s internet connection with the world to be fully recovered.
Plan to implement Vietnam – UK anti-human trafficking deal issued Society

Plan to implement Vietnam – UK anti-human trafficking deal issued

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has recently issued a plan for the implementation of a memorandum of understanding on anti-human trafficking cooperation signed between the Vietnamese Government and the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in late 2018.
Social network ethics code complete: Minister Society

Social network ethics code complete: Minister

In a bid to create a healthy networking atmosphere in the country, the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) has completed a code of conduct on social networks for internet service providers and users, said Minister Nguyen Manh Hung.
Gov’t calls for social network ethics code Society

Gov’t calls for social network ethics code

The Government has urged the Ministry of Information and Communications to build a code of ethics on social networks for internet service providers and users to create a healthy networking atmosphere in the country.
Internet service to be disrupted this weekend Sci-Tech

Internet service to be disrupted this weekend

The internet service connecting Vietnam with other countries is expected to be affected this weekend due to a disruption in the submarine cable systems of Asia-Pacific Getaway and Asia-America Getaway
Submarine Internet cable damaged Sci-Tech

Submarine Internet cable damaged

The Asia-America Gateway (AAG) submarine internet cable has broken due to tropical storm Nida, the second of its kind in 2016, according to the Internet service providers.
Increasing 3G subscribers to boost IPv6 use Sci-Tech

Increasing 3G subscribers to boost IPv6 use

The increasing number of 3G subscribers in Vietnam is set to boost the use of Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) in the country, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Le Nam Thang said at a conference in Hanoi on May 6.
Ministry vows to get tough on spam Sci-Tech

Ministry vows to get tough on spam

The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) has vowed to take bolder steps to crack down on spam messages sent via internet and mobile phones, which is rapidly spreading with others cyber-crimes.