China investigates domestic social media sites in attempt to police content

Tom Allen
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The Great Firewall locks the country off from external influences, and now China is cracking down on internal dissidents

Chinese authorities are investigating the country's largest social media platforms, for alleged violations of cyber security laws. In the Communist Party's latest push to maintain control of the...

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