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China's Internet giant Sina.com is deprived of a license

According to the Xinhua News Agency, China's Internet giant Sina.com is deprived of its license to conduct publishing on the Internet for distributing pornography.

On Thursday, 24 April, the National Chancellery against pornography, illegal printed, audio and video products reported that 20 articles and 4 video clips contained on the website pages had been found to contain obscene and pornographic content. Some of these materials were widely disseminated among users of the site.

In this regard, the PRC General Administration of Press, Publishing, Broadcasting, Cinematography and Television decided to deprive Sina of two important licenses: to conduct publishing activities on the Internet and to distribute audio and video products.

They also demanded that the company immediately apologize for these publications and begin to strictly streamline the materials on the site. And the suspects in this case were transferred to the police for further investigation.

In 2013, the company has already been subject to administrative punishment for the distribution of prohibited materials.

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