April 15, 2014

China's Porn Crackdown Has Little to Do with Porn

Lily Kuo, Quartz

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China’s National Office Against Pornographic and Illegal Publications just announced another big campaign against pornography. The “Cleaning the web” initiative is to last until November and target websites, search portals, mobile app stores, and set-top boxes that provide access to porn. But the measures are likely not as serious as officials would like the public to think.

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