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Recommend cutting off the internet for users who violate the network

**Users with violations in cyberspace may be stopped from providing internet services.** The above proposal is made in the draft decree to replace Decree 72 in 2013 and Decree 27 in 2018 on management, provision, and use of (internet) services (https://thanhnien.vn/internet-wifi-ho-gia-dinh-voi-bai-toan-hope-veh-hht-0770) network published by the Ministry of Information and Communications for comments. Accordingly, the governing body proposes that enterprises providing telecommunications services, (internet) (https://thanhnien.vn/5-ly-do-khien-internet-wifi-moi-cua-vnpt-dang-dong-tien-bat-gao-185230705163902838.htm), data centers (Data Center), web hosting providers are responsible for refusing or stopping service providers when required by law to refuse or stop providing services. https://thanhnien.vn/chu-quyen-khong-gian-mang.html). The service providers mentioned above must also prevent and remove infringing content no later than 24 hours after receiving a request from the Ministry. Besides, the draft also adds some things related to user management, information on (cyberspace)(https://thanhnien.vn/xu-ly-cacwesite-thong-tin-quang-cao-mua-ban-hoa-don-tren-khong-gian-mang-185230505104716539.htm). For example, the regulation that authenticates social network user accounts through mobile subscriber numbers in Vietnam, or domestic/cross-border social networks, must temporarily or permanently block accounts, pages/community groups. /channel contains infringing content. Social networks will have to publicly describe the process and how to distribute content to users for them to consider when using; There is a department to receive and handle complaints as well as supplement regulations on child protection on the platform. Those who have a license to operate a social network or announce to operate with the Ministry can provide the service (livestream)(https://thanhnien.vn/bi-phat-31-trieu-dong-vi-livestream-ban-hang-hieu-gia-185230706184801814.htm) (broadcast and watch online). A recent report by the Department of Radio, Television and Electronic Information (Ministry of Information and Communications) shows that in the first six months of 2023, the rate of preventing and removing false information on cross-border platforms operating in Vietnam increased by 1% over the same period last year, reaching 93%. In which, Facebook removed more than 480 pages promoting gambling games, 72 accounts advertising weapons/explosives/explosives and more than 2,400 links to illegal services. The YouTube video-sharing social network has removed 632 ads for selling/hunting wild animals or instructional content for making weapons, over 2,000 ads for illegal drugs/functional foods, and infringing advertising accounts…

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