Student summoned for slandering enterprises on fan page

Monday, Apr 14, 2014 16:53

A Facebook fan page with the content smearing Vingroup Joint Stock Company founded by student Nguyen Van Tien. — Photo

HA NOI (Biz Hub) — Ha Noi's Police High-tech Crime Prevention Faculty (PC50) summoned Nguyen Van Tien to investigate his behaviour of smearing Vingroup Joint Stock Company on social network Facebook.

Tien, born in 1991, in the northern province of Ha Nam, is now in his last year at the Ha Noi University of Science and Technology.

Student Nguyen Van Tien. — Photo

Earlier, Vingroup submitted a document to the police to report a fan page on Facebook titled "Vingroup lua tien khach hang" (roughly translated as "Vingroup cheated customers").

The investigating agency then discovered that in late August 2013, Tien used his Facebook account to start a fan page that he named Vingroup and also took the company's logo as an avatar. In addition, he used an image of the firm's commercial centres as a cover photo. Tien also added a name and mobile phone number that people could contact to purchase the page.

As no one bought it, he changed the fan page's name to "Vingroup cheated customers" to put pressure on the company to buy the page.

Upon further investigation, the police found that Tien had established about 100 fan pages, whose contents tarnished the reputation of firms and organisations, to sell at prices ranging from VND100,000 (US$4.76) to VND1 million ($47.61).

At the moment, the police have blocked all his accounts, made copies and printed documents related to the investigation. — VNS

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