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Online Crackdown  in China
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Online Crackdown in China

Chinese police arrested 15,000 people suspected of cybercrime, including the sale of personal data, online fraud and hacking, Chinese officials said Tuesday. In addition, 50 sites believed to “incite panic” while covering the Tianjin blasts apocryphally have been closed or temporarily suspended by the country’s main internet watchdog, the Cyberspace Administration of China, Sputnik reported.

 

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