Chinese Communist Party goes on the hunt for e-commerce companies

Trending 11/22/22, 16:50

According to the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) digital platform, Jing Daily: "The new regulation aims to give netizens power over what online preferences they see online." This will affect companies whose management model includes excessive reliance on predicting preferences, as there are such as Douyin, with 600 million users, or Taobao, ...

Beijing fines and requires Twitter-like giant Weibo to self-censor

China 12/16/21, 21:31

Beijing recently accused the Chinese Twitter-like social network Sina Weibo of repeatedly posting and transmitting illegal information. As a result, the authority has repeatedly fined Weibo and ordered the social media giant to correct and strengthen information censorship. After being fined, Sina Weibo's stock price fell to a new low at ...

Chinese Communist Party further limits freedom of expression on social networks

China 02/17/21, 16:08

The Chinese Communist Party is expanding its anti-free speech policies after requiring bloggers and other online users to have credentials to publish content related to political issues. The move ordered by the Cyberspace Administration of China came in connection with the activity of political writer Ma Xiaolin, who frequently wrote about ...

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