China is so adamant about crushing dissent and promoting moral values that couches are now banned from videos


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China is clamping down on the portrayal of all kinds of “obscene” behaviors online, according to a report from The Globe and Mail.
Video platforms must censor tattoos, drinking, smoking, “flirtatious dancing,” and even scenes that use a bed or sofa as a prop.
The censorship directive, according to The Globe and Mail report, is also targeting online content that promotes groups of people gathering, such as direct-selling networks and proselytizing.
29 years on from the Tiananmen Square massacre, The Chinese Communist Party still seems fearful of citizens gathering to protest, so it’s banning entertainment that could encourage dissent to grow.

China is clamping down on the portrayal of all kinds of “obscene” behaviors online, according to a report from The Globe and Mail.

A number of sources told The Globe and Mail that a directive, titled “Management requirements for live service information and content,” is being used to guide censorship decisions at some of China’s most-popular video-streaming sites. See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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