WeChat will build a reporting channel so that users can report links that violate laws and regulations, as well as create a rating system for external links, it said. Photo: Shutterstock WeChat will build a reporting channel so that users can report links that violate laws and regulations, as well as create a rating system for external links, it said. Photo: Shutterstock
WeChat will build a reporting channel so that users can report links that violate laws and regulations, as well as create a rating system for external links, it said. Photo: Shutterstock
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WeChat begins to open its ‘walled garden’ to rivals by allowing links in one-to-one chats, heeding Beijing’s order

  • WeChat users can now access external links in the one-to-one chat channels after they upgrade the app to the latest version
  • The crackdown on link-blocking is part of a six-month internet clean-up campaign by MIIT which began in July

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WeChat will build a reporting channel so that users can report links that violate laws and regulations, as well as create a rating system for external links, it said. Photo: Shutterstock WeChat will build a reporting channel so that users can report links that violate laws and regulations, as well as create a rating system for external links, it said. Photo: Shutterstock
WeChat will build a reporting channel so that users can report links that violate laws and regulations, as well as create a rating system for external links, it said. Photo: Shutterstock
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