China has launched another crackdown on the internet — but it’s different this time

“Regulators have moved aggressively to curtail what the country’s more than 750 million internet users can or cannot do online” writes Cheang Ming for Those limitations are likely here to stay, and may even grow, tech experts and china watchers told CNBC.But while the leadership talks of financial liberalization, some facets of life inside the world’s second-largest economy are becoming a lot less free.New rules also require online news websites to be overseen by government-approved editorial staff and for workers to have reporting credentials from the central government.

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