In addition, digital platforms have been called upon to investigate the cyberbullying and violent behavior that occurs within their communities, forums or groups.
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Beijing steps up the tone
Crackdown on inappropriate content involving minors comes soon after the announcement by the Chinese government to strengthen oversight of local tech giants. Earlier this month, Beijing released a statement saying it would crack down on the corporate sector in a range of areas, from antitrust to cybersecurity to fintech.
Chance of the calendar or not, the Chinese regime attacked this week the VTC Didi application, withdrawn from Chinese application stores continuedat an order of government. Beijing issued a statement saying it had subjected Didi to a cybersecurity review in order to "prevent national data security risks " and to safeguard the public interest.
Besides Didi, other Chinese tech giants, such as Alibaba and Tencent, have come under scrutiny from the government in recent months as Alibaba has been hit hard. a record fine of 18.2 billion yuan. 33 other mobile applications were also singled out by Beijing for collecting more user data than was deemed necessary when offering services.