In what is regarded as the first enforcement against a foreign technology group after Vietnam enacted its new cybersecurity law, the Authority of Broadcasting and Electronic Information has accused Facebook of violating the law for failing to manage online content, advertising and tax liabilities, the Financial Times reports. “We have a clear process for governments to report illegal content to us, and we review all these requests against our terms of service and local law,” Facebook stated. “We are transparent about the content restrictions we make pursuant with local law in our transparency report.” The ABEI accused Facebook of delaying the removal of content and for refusing to provide information related to “fraudulent accounts” to state authorities. (Registration may be required to access this story.) Editor's Note: The IAPP now offers the Content Moderation Digest.
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