Chinese Government Eases Online Video Controls

56logo.gifUnlike China Film Bureau cracks on horror videos, online video seems to be lucky. From CNN:

China eases controls on online video-sharing by private companies, such as 56.com and youku.com, despite government efforts to enforce web prior to the .

China has eased new Internet controls that had limited video-sharing to state companies, saying private competitors already operating in the fast-growing arena may continue.

Any new video-sharing companies must comply with the rules, which took effect last Thursday, the government said Tuesday.

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