HANOI, May 24 (Reuters) - The United States has raised concerns with Vietnam about its proposed cybersecurity law, the U.S. Embassy said on Thursday, amid activists' fears the new legislation will cause economic harm and crackdown on online dissent in the communist-ruled country.


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