Chinese Government Demands Weibo Cease Streaming Video Services

By TechSecurityChina.com Editor
August 23, 2017

The Chinese adage that the tall blade of grass gets cut first is definitely true this week, Air Max 2017 Goedkoop as China’s top social media and microblogging platform has been ordered to stop its online video operations.

China’s State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Charlotte Hornets Film and Television issued a statement that all websites and online companies who lack sufficient licenses to provide streaming video services should halt those services immediately.

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