Vietnamese lawmakers are expected to pass a new cyber security law next week that threatens to still online dissent and further rein in Internet giants like Facebook and Google.
The draft law, authored by the Ministry of Public Security, requires online firms to set up local offices and store data on users in Vietnam. Both Facebook and Google now serve Vietnamese users from their regional headquarters in Singapore.
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