HANOI (Reuters) – Vietnamese legislators approved a cybersecurity law on Tuesday that tightens control of the internet and global tech companies operating in the Communist-led country, raising fears of economic harm and a further crackdown on dissent. The cyber law, approved by 91 percent of attending legislators, requires Facebook , Google and other global technology firms to store locally “important” personal data on users in Vietnam and open offices in the country.

Vietnam legislators back cyber law clamping down on tech firms, dissent

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