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As pornography is banned in China, a Taiwanese firm wants to get some skin in the game. Taiwanese video start-up Pandora Move said it.

Chinese government shares '8 Red Lines Not to Cross' for state bureaucrats, revealing ubiquity of social media in China and common sense. Some of China's biggest tech companies are in trouble with the country's powerful internet regulator over activity on their social media.

Content allegedly including “violence, rumours, porn,” which China says threaten national security and social order, are reported to be. The Jakarta Police have arrested three operators of online accounts allegedly used to sell child porn on Twitter and Telegram. The perpetrators. Suspect caught at Shenzhen border said he was a refuse collector and had found the banned discs on the street while working.

CHINESE police have busted a ring that used porn videos as bait to swindle hundreds of millions of yuan from victims through a mobile phone. Social media is changing the Hong Kong food scene, with some star chefs and restaurant chains adapting their menus to satisfy Instagrammers. A ham-handed directive illustrates the depths of Beijing's digital dilemma.

Pornography is strictly forbidden in China. Those who produce, disseminate, or sell “obscene materials” could be jailed for life, according to the. 3.2.1.cover! In China's largest-ever demolition, it took 2.5 tons of explosives and 75000 detonating fuses to clear more than a million square. Categories, Chinese.

Chinese (7,672 clips). Chinese, Chinese, Housewife, Chinese, Chinese, webcam, Thai, Chinese, Korean, Beauty, strip, Chinese, Asian. China has closed 73 illegal live streaming platforms in the first half of 2017 and imposed life bans on 1,879 live streamers for providing. China continues to crack down on online media after the government announced that it is investigating three of the country’s most influential social networks for hosting illicit content The crackdown follows the closure in June of around 60 celebrity gossip accounts on WeChat.

When John Benet, an American advertising producer, is sent to China to make a McDonald's commercial, he starts to question the language of advertising and.