China’s cyberspace watchdog has launched a three-month campaign ahead of the CP congress in October to crack down on online “fake news”. The campaign launched by the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) is aimed at “online rumors and fake information about major meetings, important events, and policies,” according to a statement. Violators should be punished “strictly, quickly and severely”. The punishment for violations has not been disclosed.
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