The Beijing cyberspace regulator said it was asked by the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) to summon the online question-and-answer platform Zhihu for publishing illegal information and demand “immediate rectifications” based on the country’s law on cybersecurity, the Golbal Times reported.
The CAC said the online platform shall earnestly fulfill its main responsibility, improve the information security management system, and shall not provide a space for the dissemination of illegal information.
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