China attacks chaos in mobile browsers
China attacks chaos in mobile browsers

The leading electronics organization in China said on Monday that it will reform China's mobile internet browsers to address social concerns about "information clutter" on the Internet.

In recent years, after China tightened its already strict rules on internet censorship, the Chinese Cyberspace Administration has given browsers two weeks of self-checking during its latest crackdown, focusing on problems. Including: spreading rumors, using sensational headlines, and posting content that violates core values. For socialism.

The Cyberspace Administration said in a statement: The event will initially focus on the eight most influential mobile browsers in China, such as those operated by Huawei, Alibaba and Xiaomi. Other browsers are QQ platform from (Tencent) (Tencent), Qihoo from 360, Oppo and Sogou.

The Cyberspace Administration said, "For some time now, mobile browsers have evolved in an uncivilized way ... and have become an aggregation and exaggeration of 'automatic media' to cause chaos." The Cyberspace Administration responded to the wording from 2018, by which social media accounts for service providers were suppressed in 2016. Independent News.

The China Cyberspace Administration said: The browser is expected to perform self-verification and correction from October 27 to November 9. The Obama administration also warned, "Once the reform is implemented, laws and regulations will be followed strictly to deal with mobile browsers still facing open questions to prevent related actions."

In recent years, China has implemented strict media laws, censored media sites, and launched advertising campaigns to remove content deemed unacceptable.

The newly established China News Service (Xinhua News Agency) recently said that the China Market Watch Bureau and other government agencies have begun training against e-commerce and are planning to launch a campaign to impose order in the regions. Includes: unfair competition, counterfeit products, illegal trade or wildlife.

Xinhua News Agency said on Saturday: This process will continue until December, and the live broadcast will also be discussed. In the past two years, live broadcasting has become a very popular distribution channel in the Chinese market. Last notification. And other parts.

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