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Q: So WeChat joins the Facebook club

They're even clamping down on their own sites now:
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-40896235

1 week 4 days ago in  Web & Technology - China

 
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Yup.

 

I suspect the red hats are not passing upstream as they are supposed to do.

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OT:

 

China probes top social media incl Weibo for ‘hazards to national security’

China probes top social media incl Weibo for ‘hazards to national security’

China is investigating its major social media sites, including Baidu, WeChat and Weibo, for potentially breaching cybersecurity laws. The country’s cyber regulator said that users are spreading “violence, pornography and hazards to national security.”Aug 11, 2017 10:37

 

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Let's remember we're doing this so nobody knows what's going on during a DPRK war lol

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