Translated by: MOS Buddhism Team – Accelerator
It is because of CCP’s tougher regulation that Linkedin, the well-known professional social network, announced its decision to shut down the service website in China on Oct 14th.
Linkedin issues an implicit statement saying this decision stems from the challenging operational environment and more regulations of the authority. According to people briefed on the matter, CCP’s Internet regulatory body orders the business executive of Linkedin to strengthen the content review on the webpage and imposes a deadline of 30 days for rectification. Recently, the Linkedin profiles of many activists, scholars and journalists who pay unswerving attention to human rights issues in China are blocked by CCP.
Following Linkein’s announcement of withdrawal from China, direct access to American social media website in mainland China will soon be a thing of the past.
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