Live-streaming content providers may see their income squeezed, as Chinese regulators seek to limit the amount of tips internet users can send to them. Photo: Bloomberg Live-streaming content providers may see their income squeezed, as Chinese regulators seek to limit the amount of tips internet users can send to them. Photo: Bloomberg
Live-streaming content providers may see their income squeezed, as Chinese regulators seek to limit the amount of tips internet users can send to them. Photo: Bloomberg
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Chinese regulators seek cap on tips given by internet users to live-streaming content creators

  • China’s new guidelines for internet platforms aim to limit how much users can tip live-streaming content creators
  • The guidelines also require platform operators to establish a ‘classification and rating’ system for these content providers

Topic |   Internet
Live-streaming content providers may see their income squeezed, as Chinese regulators seek to limit the amount of tips internet users can send to them. Photo: Bloomberg Live-streaming content providers may see their income squeezed, as Chinese regulators seek to limit the amount of tips internet users can send to them. Photo: Bloomberg
Live-streaming content providers may see their income squeezed, as Chinese regulators seek to limit the amount of tips internet users can send to them. Photo: Bloomberg
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