Vietnam announced rules last week preventing state agencies from releasing information on the Internet. The rules also require diplomats and foreign organisations to seek approval from the Chinese government to transmit information on the web.
The rules state that, "legislative, judicial, research organisations and other state bodies" would not be allowed to log onto the web.
Government officials said they were concerned about the levels of subversive or harmful material which could be entering the country.
Almost two years late - and just as AMD is readying 7nm Zen 2 for early 2019
Eye-wateringly expensive smart speakers take just six per cent market share, claims Strategy Analytics
TSB fraud hotline so over-run with complaints it takes hours to even speak to an operator
Sale of Toshiba Memory ready to go ahead after Chinese anti-monopoly probe concludes