China exposes 19 websites in latest crackdown on pornographyDecember 17th, 2010 - 4:56 pm ICT by ANI
Beijing, Dec 17 (ANI): Nineteen Chinese websites have been exposed by the country’s watchdog for spreading obscene flash and cell phone games.
China Daily quoted a statement by the General Administration of Press and Publication (GAPP) as saying that 17 of the 19 websites, including lywww.com and flash.shangdu.com, were found to have provided online pornographic flash games.
The other two sites, www.ibox360.net and www.sisdown.com, were found to have been downloading and offering mobile phone games with erotic content.
The GAPP warned these websites to delete all pornographic content, and those failing to do so would be shut down, the paper said.
As part of a nationwide campaign to sweep out pornography from Chinese media and publications, the GAPP periodically publicizes lists of websites that are found to contain pornographic content, it added. (ANI)
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