The Chinese government ordered its pace of glory so as to regulate online video content, reports China Daily. Both the State Internet Information Officer and the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television jointly issues a circulars asking video content providers on internet to examine the content more carefully before putting them in front of public. The circular means now that from now on whatever the video content comes into existence on this site is sole responsible of the providers. Further, the circular also tends to provide relevant industry associations to help better pick more of video content industry. The interesting thing among the whole is that the statement said that circular was issued on public requests, this means that this is the country’s public who wants the changes in system as the way they are getting in.
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