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Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Beijing shuts down thousands of websites in online pornography purge

By Tom Paine
The Independent
Originally published April 21, 2014

The Chinese government has shut down thousands of websites and social media sites in a bid to purge the internet of online pornography, it was revealed today.

The nation’s state media services announced the progress of its ‘Cleaning the Web 2014’ campaign today, which has resulted in the closure of 110 websites and more than 3,300 accounts containing ‘obscene’ material since January.

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