China’s top cyberspace watchdog has ordered internet platforms to weed out and censor ‘unhealthy’ content in its latest squeeze on Big Tech. Photo: Shutterstock
China’s top cyberspace watchdog has ordered internet platforms to weed out and censor ‘unhealthy’ content in its latest squeeze on Big Tech. Photo: Shutterstock

China’s cyberspace watchdog presses internet platforms to vet their online content as crackdown deepens

  • New guidelines emphasise that China’s online platforms are responsible for managing their content and urges them to improve their censorship
  • It is the latest move by Beijing in its drive to create a ‘clean and healthy’ cyberspace, free from information it deems harmful to society

China’s top cyberspace watchdog has ordered internet platforms to weed out and censor ‘unhealthy’ content in its latest squeeze on Big Tech. Photo: Shutterstock
China’s top cyberspace watchdog has ordered internet platforms to weed out and censor ‘unhealthy’ content in its latest squeeze on Big Tech. Photo: Shutterstock
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