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

Topic |   Censorship in China
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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