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Defamation – Bad-Mouthing, Practical Handling Actions Under the Laws of Vietnam

  • 29 November 2021
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  • by Stephen Le

In the olden days, people have always valued their honor, dignity and always considered such as the measure to judge a person. However, in reality, people who want to achieve their goals have inevitably used ways to insult the honor, dignity of others, including two common acts: Defamation -bad mouthing. To protect honor and dignity of individuals, the laws of countries around the world have specific provisions on such issues. By this article, we would like...

Cybersecurity Law and the Practice of Preventing Cyber Fraud in Vietnam

  • 17 November 2021
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  • by Stephen Le

Concurrently with the rest of the World, online transactions over the internet have become commonplace in Vietnam and continue to expand its reach to all aspects of business. The banking and retail sectors are just two of the major industries that currently rely, at least in part, on remote transactions. This evolution also has a dark side with the development of cybercrime where a victim is fraudulently induced to provide personal or private information that the...

Remove Negative Content from the Internet

  • 20 September 2021
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  • by Stephen Le

Vietnam has entered the age of digitalization. Social media, already a force in the economy, is becoming an important phenomenon in the context of media, intellectual property, and information technology. However, while regulations have been gradually keeping up with this development, enforcement still lags behind. This has lead to an uncontrollable internet environment where copyright infringement, negative information, and defamation are becoming more commonplace. The purposes of those utilizing unethical tactics are often to attract an...

Evidence indicating Asanzo’s four violations of Vietnamese Law

  • 15 November 2019
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  • by Public Media

Electronics company Asanzo is alleged to have committed violations related to the deception of consumers, origin of exported goods, counterfeiting of trademarks and evading taxes. On October 28, the General Director of Vietnam Customs, Mr. Nguyen Van Can (Member of National Steering Committee 389) chaired a conference with the participation of relevant ministries and agencies to present evidence of the violations by Asanzo Group Joint Stock Company. The Deputy General Director of Vietnam Customs – Mr....

Criminal Law: Liability for Negligence in Enterprise Management

  • 18 September 2019
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  • by Stephen Le

Characterised as an ‘unintentional crime,’ Negligence in Enterprise Management has incidentally become a prevalent legal issue amongst corporations, state agencies, as well as their associated personnel. With the rise in cases pertaining to negligence in recent years, the need to understand its legal conditions is more imperative than ever: whilst there are two criminal offences under the stipulation of ‘Negligence,’ each offence harbours a distinctive set of provisions for criminal and damage subjects. Moreover, the sentences...

Criminal Law on Anti-Corruption to Non-State Enterprises

  • 28 August 2019
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  • by Stephen Le

Corruption is a problem that occurs in many countries throughout the world, regardless of whether it is a developed or developing country. As it is a global issue that has recently received a lot of attention, many countries are concentrating on developing solutions to prevent it. This is reflected in the issuance of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (“UNCAC “). Vietnam is a member of this Convention. At the request of UNCAC, Vietnam has gradually...