In particular, the CAC highlighted potential problems caused by deepfake technology, which uses AI to create hyper-realistic videos
Telegram will allow protesters to prevent mainland Chinese, Hong Kong authorities from discovering their identities.
Should Bing be blocked, it would mark Microsoft’s second setback in China since November 2017.
China deletes more than 7 million pieces of online information, CAC shut down 733 websites
Violators of the regulations will be “condemned publicly” and “ordered to rectify” their errors.
China’s censorship rules have tightened in recent years with legislations restricting media outlets.
China denies the return of Google's search engine citing information from “relevant departments”.
China shut down as many as 128,000 websites that contained obscene and other “harmful” information in 2017, state media has reported.
Google, stated that the Google Maps browser has been available in China for many years while there is no Maps application offered in the country.
Apple and Facebook praise China at an internet conference, despite western social media site bans in the country
Facebook and Google aren’t accessible in China behind the country’s Great Firewall, along with major Western news outlets and social media sites.
Weibo is rewarding citizen censors with iPhones and tablets for weeding out sensitive content on its platform
The CAC on 25 September fined Weibo along with rival tech giants Tencent Holdings and Baidu Inc for failing to properly censor illegal content on its site.
Notices posted by the Cyberspace Administration of China on 25 September said the firms would receive the “maximum penalty” for failing to remove fake news.
More than 810,000 illicit cyber accounts were also closed in the second quarter of the year, the statement read.
The law, passed by China's parliament in November, requires local and overseas firms to submit to security checks and store user data within the country.
Authorities in China have assigned four teams of inspectors to probe into online pornography and fake news organisations across 11 provinces.
Chinese officials and business leaders speaking at the third World Internet Conference held in Wuzhen last week called for more rigid cyber governance, pointing to the ability of militants to organise online and the spread of false news items during the recent U.S. election as signs cyberspace had become dangerous and unwieldy.
Chinese internet authorities have formalized controversial rules regulating the country's fast-growing live-streaming video industry, in a move that strips out smaller competitors and places hard-line surveillance measures on leading firms.
In a bid to strengthen cyber security, Chinese authorities unveiled a document on internet regulation, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) said.
China's internet regulator said it will investigate Baidu Inc after domestic media reported illegal gambling websites used the country's biggest search engine to promote themselves.