The Cyberspace Administration of China has updated a list of official news sources that others are allowed to republish, increasing it to more than 1,350 sources. Consisting mainly of government websites and state-owned media, like Xinhua and People’s Daily, the list is the latest example of Beijing moving to increase its control of content online. Photo: Shutterstock
The Cyberspace Administration of China has updated a list of official news sources that others are allowed to republish, increasing it to more than 1,350 sources. Consisting mainly of government websites and state-owned media, like Xinhua and People’s Daily, the list is the latest example of Beijing moving to increase its control of content online. Photo: Shutterstock
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Beijing updates list of approved news sources, tightening its control over internet content

  • The Cyberspace Administration of China has updated a list of state-run media outlets and government websites from which others are allowed to republish
  • Beijing has tightened its grip on online content this year, targeting citizen journalists and financial news media

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The Cyberspace Administration of China has updated a list of official news sources that others are allowed to republish, increasing it to more than 1,350 sources. Consisting mainly of government websites and state-owned media, like Xinhua and People’s Daily, the list is the latest example of Beijing moving to increase its control of content online. Photo: Shutterstock
The Cyberspace Administration of China has updated a list of official news sources that others are allowed to republish, increasing it to more than 1,350 sources. Consisting mainly of government websites and state-owned media, like Xinhua and People’s Daily, the list is the latest example of Beijing moving to increase its control of content online. Photo: Shutterstock
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