Vietnam jails man for 8 years over Facebook posts critical of govt and spreading 'anti-state propaganda'


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In Vietnam, a man was sentenced to eight years in prison for 'anti-state' posts made on his Facebook account. According to the country's security ministry, it has been revealed that the man, Nguyen Quoc Duc Vuong had live-streamed 110 hours worth of videos, and had written 366 posts on Facebook targeting Ho Chi Minh, the founding leader of Vietnam. Moreover, he was also spreading 'anti-state propaganda'.