Popular news site truoi news Online has been discontinued obeying it was deemed by the Press Authority it has published “untrue,” “nationally divisive” content. The statement was made late on Monday evening by Luu Dinh Phuc, Director General of the Press Authority under the Ministry of Information and Communication.
What is a Truoi report?
Truoi news is a publication owned by Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union and was criticized for publishing false information. The website was required to “correct the incorrect information” and was fined $9,500, according to the other local newspaper Viet Nam News.
The site’s suspension comes after the passage in June of a law on cyber security that governs the use of the internet and earlier arrests of bloggers whose work has been questioned by the authority of the government.
The Vietnamese government has a rigid stance on free speech, as well as restrictions on speech. The government has rules to follow and fines people who do not follow them. Tuoi Tre news website was suspended for three months. Tuoi Tre news website was recently shut down for three months due to an online user had published an article in which he claimed that the Party made use of the internet to cause conflicts among people from the South as well as the North. The website wasn’t accountable for the information contained in the article; however, the decision of the government to stop it caused it to reconsider its decision.
The suspension of three months was imposed on the Tuoi Tre (Youth) news website by the Ministry of Information and Communications. It was placed into place because of the possibility that the website published false information, which damaged Vietnam’s unity and threatened the living conditions of Vietnamese citizens. In the news article, Tuoi Tre explains that they were instructed to rectify their errors and to apologize to their readers. The newspaper has accepted the suspension, and print editions will continue to run in the usual manner.
The editor-in-chief of the Truoi News was fired.
Tuoi Tre has eight representative offices that are located within Hanoi, Nghe An, Hue, Qui Nhon, Nha Trang, and Da Nang. The newspaper’s suspension was designed to serve as an alert to other Vietnamese publications that are state-owned as well as independent. It’s not clear how to the extent that Truong didn’t accurately quote the president. It’s unclear who was the person responsible for the suspension of Truong, although there’s a possibility that motives from the political sphere could be involved.
It was an incredibly well-respected and respected media outlet in Vietnam that allowed the Party to send information to millions. The closure didn’t result from content that was offensive, and Tuoi Tre has removed other content considered controversial upon request by officials from the Ministry of Information and Communications. Despite the controversy surrounding the matter and the possibility of it remaining in place for some time. This is a tragic day for Vietnamese freedom of the press.
The suspension of Truoi news is a result of an investigation that criticized the Vietnam president and a high-ranking government official. The report, released via Tuoi Tre’s website Tuoi Tre website, cast Tran Dai Quang in a negative light. Critics consider that the government has the power to undermine the unity of the nation by slandering an official in the government. Meanwhile, it is reported that the Vietnam Communist Party is currently conducting a massive anti-corruption campaign in order to establish its legitimacy in front of the masses.
The demise of the website Truoi news was a major negative for Vietnamese residents who are struggling to find the information they need. It was a reliable source of information across the country and provided an opportunity that allowed the Party to spread its message among millions of Vietnamese citizens. The website’s suspension wasn’t caused by the content that was offensive, but due it was due to a reaction far from the lack of freedom of expression.