China Limits Providers of Internet Video – Min Lee

From AP:

China has decided to restrict the broadcasting of Internet videos — including those posted on video-sharing Web sites — to sites run by state-controlled companies and require providers to report questionable content to the government.

It wasn’t immediately clear how the new rules would affect YouTube and other providers of that host Web sites available in China but are based in other countries.

The new regulations, which take effect Jan. 31, were approved by both the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television and the Ministry of Information Industry and were described on their Web sites Tuesday. [Full Text]

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