Vietnam Internet: More Social, Mobile and Private

In Vietnam for a few days at the World Economic Forum’s East Asia Summit and picked up a few statistics from a Yahoo/TNS study of the Internet usage in Vietnam.

In sum, Vietnam’s Internet is increasingly a social (access to Social Networks is skyrocketing), mobile (More people are getting online via mobile, especially in Ho Chi Minh) and Private (with people getting access to the Internet at home rather than through work or a Internet cafe.)

Keep in mind that 57 percent of population (90 million) is under the age of 30. This will be a generation that lives on the Internet. Statistics below care of TNS and Yahoo.

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  14. Interesting statistics indeed, Thomas. However, they fail to reveal the degree to which internet access in Vietnam is circumscribed by the communist government here. The collaborative project OpenNet Initiative classifies Vietnam's level of online political censorship to be “pervasive” while Reporters without Borders considers Vietnam one of 15 “internet enemies,” a category it shares with North Korea, Burma, China, and Cuba, among others. Increasingly social? Facebook has been unofficially blocked in Vietnam since November 2009. The statistics show much to be hopeful about. But the reality on the ground here suggests a slightly different picture.

  15. Interesting statistics indeed, Thomas. However, they fail to reveal the degree to which internet access in Vietnam is circumscribed by the communist government here. The collaborative project OpenNet Initiative classifies Vietnam's level of online political censorship to be “pervasive” while Reporters without Borders considers Vietnam one of 15 “internet enemies,” a category it shares with North Korea, Burma, China, and Cuba, among others. Increasingly social? Facebook has been unofficially blocked in Vietnam since November 2009. The statistics show much to be hopeful about. But the reality on the ground here suggests a slightly different picture.

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  17. interested

    Are there any social media monitoring providers operating in Vietnam?

  18. Honestly fantastic blog I'll certainly be returning to check it day-to-day in the future

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