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03 January 2020
On 29 November 2019 the Cyberspace Administration of China and two other departments jointly issued the Administrative Provisions on Online Audiovisual Information Services, which came into effect on 1 January 2020.(1)
The provisions require that online audiovisual information service providers must:
The provisions also set out the following requirements for the creation, distribution and transmission of audio videos based on new technologies and applications such as deep learning and virtual reality:
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(1) Further details are available here.
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