In June China’s internet watchdog called out some of the country’s major live-streaming platforms for spreading lowbrow content. Photo: Handout In June China’s internet watchdog called out some of the country’s major live-streaming platforms for spreading lowbrow content. Photo: Handout
In June China’s internet watchdog called out some of the country’s major live-streaming platforms for spreading lowbrow content. Photo: Handout

China bans 40 more live-streamers for ‘illegal’ activities in latest crackdown on cyberspace

  • A written proposal published by the performing arts organisation last week called for a stricter content audit of the country’s online live-streaming industry
  • In June internet watchdog The Cyberspace Administration of China called out some of the country’s major live-streaming platforms for spreading lowbrow content

Topic |   China technology
In June China’s internet watchdog called out some of the country’s major live-streaming platforms for spreading lowbrow content. Photo: Handout In June China’s internet watchdog called out some of the country’s major live-streaming platforms for spreading lowbrow content. Photo: Handout
In June China’s internet watchdog called out some of the country’s major live-streaming platforms for spreading lowbrow content. Photo: Handout
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