Privacy Policy on Customs Magazine to let you know that we will use the information you register, log in and use the functions on the website Personal data is any information about you that is identified or identifiable, including:

- Surname and last name

- Date of Birth, Sex

- Email address

- Information about your device (IP address, which is a code to identify your device, country, region or city where you live)

- Information regarding how you use and interact with our websites, applications and services. Our websites and applications may contain links to websites and services that are not covered by the Services category of Customs Magazine. These websites and services have their own privacy policies.


Customs magazine has the domain name Address: 9, Duong Dinh Nghe Street, Yen Hoa Ward, Cau Giay District, Hanoi. Customs Magazine is a press agency under the General Department of Vietnam Customs. See details below.


We collect your personal data when you visit our websites and applications, register for a product or service, give your comments to the Customs Magazine or when you contact us. We will only collect your personal data in accordance with prevailing law by different ways.

- Directly from you, when you register to use our services and when you browse our websites or use our apps

- Personal data we create about you, for example personal data we use to authenticate you or personal data in the form of your IP address or your options.

- Personal data that we collect from third parties, for example personal data that helps us fight fraud or that we collect, with your permission, when you interact with your social network accounts

- When you register for a Customs Magazine account on, we will collect:

- Your name

- Your email address

- Other details such as your residential address or billing address when you sign up for a membership

- Some limited data from your social network profile, if you are logged in to by using your social network details

- Your photo, if you add a photo to your profile page

You can change or delete these details by using the Personal Information settings function in your Customs Magazine account.


When you register for a Customs Magazine account, we grant you a unique ID that we use to identify you when you log into our services. This will recognize you if you sign in with the same account on a new device or t another app, such as the Thanh Nien newspaper mobile app. When you use our websites or applications, we may also use cookies or similar technology to collect your additional data, including:

- Your IP address - a code to identify your device, your country, region or city

- Information about how you interact with our services

- Your browsing history about the content you have accessed on our websites, including how you are referred to our sites via other websites

- Details about your computer, mobile device, TV, tablet or other devices, e.g. unique device ID, unique provider or advertising ID and browsers use to access our services.

We will not collect special data categories from you - such as personal data relating to your race, political views, religion, health or sexual orientation… You may select not to join targeted advertising that uses another identification by visiting the following link for UID2:

Use your social network accounts to sign in to your Customs Magazine account: When you log in to our websites or apps with your Facebook account. You allow Facebook to share with us your email address and certain aspects of your Facebook profile if you have updated on your Facebook profile. This includes only your surname and last name, age, and links to your Facebook profile and profile picture. We do not have access to updates on your Facebook profile. If you use your Google login details, you allow Google to share personal data that you have updated on your Google profile. This information includes only your first and last name, your email address if it has been verified or not, your age, the link to your Google profile and, your profile picture (if applicable). If you use your Zalo login details, you allow Zalo to share personal data that you have updated on your Zalo profile. This information includes only your first and last name, your email address if it has been verified or not, your age, the link to your Zalo profile and, your profile picture (if applicable).

We will then use this personal data to create a profile for your Customs Magazine account. If you delete the Customs Magazine app from your Facebook settings, or from your Google or Zalo settings, we will no longer have access to this data. However, we will still have the personal data we received when you first set up your Customs Magazine account by using your Facebook, Google or Zalo login. When you comment on our websites

When you publicly comment on an article on one of our websites, the personal data you post, including your username and other information about yourself, becomes publicly accessible. This personal data may be viewed online and collected by others. We are not responsible for how others use this personal data. When engaging in a discussion, we strongly recommend that you avoid sharing any personal details, including information that could be used to directly identify you such as name, age, address. We are not responsible for the privacy of any identifying information that you post in our online communities or other public sites.


We will collect personal data if you:

- Register an account on

- Pay for any other product/service

- Join our contests and surveys

- Use a mobile device to access our articles

- Access and interact with any of our websites and apps

- Use cookies and other similar technologies

- When you contact us via email, social media, our apps or similar technologies


We only use personal data collected via our websites and applications when we have a good reason and legal basis. We determine the legal bases based on the purposes for which we have collected your personal data.


When you visit our websites or us our applications, we may automatically collect your personal data by using cookies or similar technologies. A cookie is a small file that may be placed on your device that allows us to recognize and remember you.

We use cookies in many ways to improve your experience on our website, including:

- Keep you logged in

- Understand how you use our website

- Show you contents relevant to you

- Show you Customs Magazine products and services that suit for you

- Work with partners to provide you with appropriate advertising


If you have any questions about how we use your personal data or if you are concerned about how your personal data is used, please contact us at Customs Magazine, 9 Duong Dinh Nghe, Yen Hoa, Cau Giay, Ha Noi or email


If we decide to revise our privacy policy, we will publicize the revision here. If the changes are significant, we may send email to all of our registered users with the new details.

Last Updated: June 10, 2023

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