A man walking past a propaganda mural that reads "Chinese Dream: make the country prosperous and strong, rejuvenate the nation" along a street in Beijing. Photo: AFP
A man walking past a propaganda mural that reads "Chinese Dream: make the country prosperous and strong, rejuvenate the nation" along a street in Beijing. Photo: AFP

China’s top propaganda agencies want to limit the role of algorithms in distributing online content

  • The policy guidelines mark the latest effort by Beijing to align online content with the state’s agenda and to rein in the role of capital and technology
  • The policy guidelines also stress that China will ‘improve the standards of literary and art criticism’ and ‘put social value first’

Topic |   Censorship in China
A man walking past a propaganda mural that reads "Chinese Dream: make the country prosperous and strong, rejuvenate the nation" along a street in Beijing. Photo: AFP
A man walking past a propaganda mural that reads "Chinese Dream: make the country prosperous and strong, rejuvenate the nation" along a street in Beijing. Photo: AFP
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