The following was posted on the Tianyishengshui Zhuziwuyu (Â§©‰∏ÄÁîüÊ∞¥ Êú±Â≠êÊó†ËØ≠ ) blog in MSN Spaces. It is reported to be the latest in a series of orders tightening the restrictions on online news (Translated by CDT):
Announcement of Beijing Municipal Administration Office of Internet Propaganda
The media listed below are frequently chosen as sources for internet website, but they are currently not legally allowed to be copied. Please do not copy current news and politics from those media. Please especially keep away from copying them in the front page or headline areas.
We understand that the current limits on copying news are not easy to implement, but before we find better solutions, please cooperate with us. We will also keep guard for you, and penalize each of those sites that we find fail to follow the rules.
The Huashang Daily, The Chinese Business Morning View (Hua Shang Chen Bao), The Jiefang Daily Online–Shanghai Morning Post (Xin Wen Chen Bao), The Jin Chu Online-Chu Tian Metropolitan News (Chu Tian Du Shi Bao), The Bei Guo Online”Ban Dao Chen Bao, The Star Daily (Bei Jing Yu Le Xin Bao), The International Herald Leader (Guo Ji Xian Qu Dao Bao), The China Business News (Di Yi Cai Jing Ri Bao), The Hua Xia Jing Wei Online, The China Taiwan Online, Chongqing Morning News (Chongqing Chen Bao), The Oriental Morning Post (Dong Fang Zao Bao), Chongqing Business News (Chong Qing Shang Bao ), The First (Jing Bao), YNET.com (Bei Qing Wang), The Legal Evening News (Fa Zhi Wan Bao), The Today Morning News (Jin Ri Zao Bao), The Southern Metropolitan News (Nan Fang Du Shi Bao), Chengdu Evening News, Lanzhou Morning News, Haixia Dushi Bao.
UPDATE: According to the Non-Violent Resistance blog, Tianyishengshui Zhuziwuyu, which is hosted by MSN Spaces, has now been made inaccessible inside China. See also “Chinese portals forbidden to publish political reports from newspapers on ‘blacklist’” from Interfax.