The Chinese government has widened its crackdown on vulgar content found on the Internet
Shortly after confirming it launched a campaign to purge the Internet of pornography and other lewd content, the Chinese government has banned at least 41 additional web sites for various reasons.
The online crackdown was started by the State Council’s Information Office and Public Security and Culture ministries, along with several other government agencies.
The government has already shut down around 100 web sites since the campaign’s launch, and it’s unknown how many more sites the government is expected to shut down during the oncoming weeks.
Source: Daily Tech
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