|Online Porn Merchants Dodge Internet Dragnet|
|Reuters News Wire (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Mon, 04 Jun 2007 20:47:26 -0500
China's Internet police have claimed tangible results in the "people's |
war" against online pornography with the help of tip-offs, but they only
scratched the surface, state media reported on Tuesday.
A month-long crackdown against online porn sponsored by 10 ministries
"Determined to protect their huge profits, porn distributors will do
"They are becoming more and more insidious," Li said.
In April, Chinese President Hu Jintao launched a campaign to rid the
China's burgeoning Internet population reached 137 million in 2006, up
But despite a vast system of filters and tens of thousands of Internet
"It is a constant battle to uncover the latest tricks," Li said,
Li said a new system regulating Internet content and limiting the
China in April released a string of regulations aimed at curbing
Copyright 2007 Reuters Limited.
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