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18 October 2019
The Cyberspace Administration of China recently published the draft Regulations on Network Eco-governance for public consultation. The regulations aim to:
The regulations apply to the actions of network information content producers, network information content service platforms and network information content service users which are prohibited from producing illegal or harmful information.
Further, the regulation imposes specific monitoring and intervention obligations on network information content service platforms, including not transmitting illegal or harmful information and informing the relevant authorities when such information is detected.
When personalised recommendation algorithms are used to promote content to users, network information content service platforms must use models which reflect the mainstream value, take manual intervention measures and establish user self-selection mechanisms.
Network users must also ensure that they do not post illegal and harmful information. Among other things, they cannot use new technologies such as deep learning and virtual reality to engage in illegal activities.
For further information on this topic please contact Samuel Yang or Hongyu Jiang at AnJie Law Firm by telephone (+86 10 8567 5988) or email (email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org). The AnJie Law Firm website can be accessed at www.anjielaw.com.
(1) For further details (in Chinese) please see here.
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