The cyberspace administration is asking platforms to “be more self-aware in keeping the correct direction of public opinion”. Photo: AP The cyberspace administration is asking platforms to “be more self-aware in keeping the correct direction of public opinion”. Photo: AP
The cyberspace administration is asking platforms to “be more self-aware in keeping the correct direction of public opinion”. Photo: AP
China Society

China’s online speech crackdown extended as cyber watchdog targets bloggers

  • Social media sites say those without government permit may not post on current affairs, politics and ‘distorting content of [Communist] Party, China’s history’
  • Posts on Covid-19 are criticised and newly banned topics include health and judicial matters, as stricter regulation under President Xi Jinping continues

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The cyberspace administration is asking platforms to “be more self-aware in keeping the correct direction of public opinion”. Photo: AP The cyberspace administration is asking platforms to “be more self-aware in keeping the correct direction of public opinion”. Photo: AP
The cyberspace administration is asking platforms to “be more self-aware in keeping the correct direction of public opinion”. Photo: AP
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