“The Vietnamese government has responded to the internet boom with a new law obliging any place that provides public access to the internet – cafes, hotels, businesses – to install monitoring software. The law will enable the authorities to track who is doing what online.

Human rights groups, including Viettan and Reporters Without Borders, say that the government is simply trying to restrict public access to information. The new regulations, they say, amount to state censorship.”

From BBC News