More than 10,000 suspects have been arrested and 600 criminal gangs “busted” in China’s latest cybercrime crackdown, the authorities say.
As of June, 3.2 million “harmful” messages had been deleted and 30 internet service providers punished for granting access to unlicensed sites, the Ministry of Public Security said.
The crackdown targeted pornography and the illegal sale of personal details.
But some say it is being used to censor online criticism of the government.
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