Truong Duy Nhat’s family has confirmed that he is being held in Hanoi’s T16 prison.
The Radio Free Asia contributor and well-known Vietnamese blogger went missing in Bangkok on 26 January.
After two years in jail, Vietnamese blogger Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Quynh was released by the government and immediately exiled to the United States.
Reporters Without Borders calls for the immediate release of Ngo Van Dung, a Vietnamese blogger and citizen-journalist whose location has been unknown since his arrest on a street in Ho Chi Minh City two weeks ago.
It is the longest sentence ever received in Vietnam for trying to provide the public with information.
The website was suspended for three months and ordered to issue a public apology
Critics warn that the sweeping new law could increase online censorship, undermine privacy, worsen attacks on free expression, and damage Vietnam’s tech sector.
Six activists were charged with “carrying out activities that aim to overthrow the people’s administration.”
She is now under house arrest after being interrogated for publishing the book Politics for All.
Video journalist Nguyen Van Hoa was sentenced to seven years in prison; meanwhile, a court upheld the 10-year prison sentence of blogger Me Nam or Mother Mushroom.
Vietnamese artist Mai Khoi was evicted from her house hours after she raised a protest banner in Hanoi while United States President Donald Trump’s motorcade was passing.
Following an unprecedented crackdown by Vietnam’s government, a new coalition is looking to protect free expression in that country by saying: #StopTheCrackdownVN.
Seven bloggers and citizen-journalists have been arrested in recent weeks and two have been given long jail terms.
Vietnamese activist Trần Thị Nga was sentenced to nine years in prison and five years of house arrest for “conducting propaganda against the State.”