Updated  
May, 07 2013 09:46:16

Probe into practices of sensationalist website

QUANG BINH (VNS)— Authorities have asked the Quang Binh Department of Information and Communications to look into an illegal website for copyright infringement of a newspaper under the Viet Nam News Agency.

The website used the Tin Tuc (News) newspaper brand and logo to provide sensational information on the internet, discrediting the news and causing confusion for readers.

The results of the investigation found that the site was registered by an individual in the central province of Quang Binh's Dong Hoi District. — VNS


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