A large-scale campaign to “clean up” the Net begins in China. This was announced by the China Cyberspace Administration during a video conference dedicated to protecting young people on the Internet, protecting children from unwanted information and many other digital crimes.
First of all, the following measures will soon be aimed at various social networks, video sharing services, book and movie reviews, as well as other content. In general, the supervision of all technology companies, financial and cryptocurrency services, which are already outlawed, will be tightened.
The state will begin to harshly suppress false information emanating from bloggers, cheating subscribers in social networks, any information about the history of the PRC that is at odds with the official doctrine. And much more.