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10 July 2020
To further regulate the dissemination of information online and protect the public interest, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) recently launched a nationwide clean up the Internet campaign lasting for eight months from May 2020.(1)
According to the CAC, the campaign comprehensively covers various online communication channels and platforms and aims to remove illegal and harmful information from the Internet. The CAC will strictly crack down on websites and platforms that do not comply with the law or commit crimes and publicly expose typical cases to effectively deter illegal behaviour.
The campaign is a part of a long-term task of network comprehensive governance. In the next step, the CAC will continue to:
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