Tuesday, July 10, 2012

China tightens regulations on videos produced by Internet sites

Chinese regulators are cracking down on  video and films made by the nation's Internet firms with new measures meant to encourage the production of more positive programs.
On Monday, China's State Administration of Radio Film and Television, along with the State Internet Information Office, issued a notice meant to both guide and standardize the "healthy development" of Internet series, short films and other online video and audio content.
As China's online video culture develops, a number of programs have been produced which feature vulgar, violent, and pornographic content, according to a statement authorities published online. Internet users have complained, calling for the protection of the nation's youth, according to the statement. 
At the same time, online video sites have asked the government to intervene in order to prevent the inappropriate videos from taking time away from more "excellent" programming, the statement said.
Read details: Computer World


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