Beijing updates list of approved news sources, tightening its control over internet content

beijing updates list of approved news sources tightening its control over internet content
The Cyberspace Administration of China has updated a list of official news sources that others are allowed to republish, increasing it to more than 1,350 sources. Consisting mainly of government websites and state-owned media, like Xinhua and People’s Daily, the list is the latest example of Beijing moving to increase its control of content online. Photo: Shutterstock The Cyberspace Administration of China has updated a list of official news sources that others are allowed to republish, increasing it to more than 1,350 sources. Consisting mainly of government websites and state-owned media, like Xinhua and People’s Daily, the list is the latest example of Beijing moving to increase its control of content online. Photo: Shutterstock

The Cyberspace Administration of China has updated a list of official news sources that others are allowed to republish, increasing it to more than 1,350 sources. Consisting mainly of government websites and state-owned media, like Xinhua and People’s Daily, the list is the latest example of Beijing moving to increase its control of content online. Photo: Shutterstock

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