China's former cybersecurity tsar Lu Wei pleaded guilty at a trial last October. Photo: Zhejiang Higher People's Court China's former cybersecurity tsar Lu Wei pleaded guilty at a trial last October. Photo: Zhejiang Higher People's Court
China's former cybersecurity tsar Lu Wei pleaded guilty at a trial last October. Photo: Zhejiang Higher People's Court

China’s former internet tsar Lu Wei jailed for 14 years for bribery

  • Former face of online censorship pleaded guilty to corruption charges last October
  • Party disciplinary body had accused him of range of violations ranging from disloyalty to trading power for sex and lack of self control

Topic |   Corruption in China
China's former cybersecurity tsar Lu Wei pleaded guilty at a trial last October. Photo: Zhejiang Higher People's Court China's former cybersecurity tsar Lu Wei pleaded guilty at a trial last October. Photo: Zhejiang Higher People's Court
China's former cybersecurity tsar Lu Wei pleaded guilty at a trial last October. Photo: Zhejiang Higher People's Court
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