China’s live-streaming video market may face tougher regulation amid spread of ‘vulgar content’

//China’s live-streaming video market may face tougher regulation amid spread of ‘vulgar content’

China’s live-streaming video market may face tougher regulation amid spread of ‘vulgar content’

China’s live-streaming video market will need tougher regulation to stop the spread of vulgar content and low-level entertainment, according to a commentary published on Thursday by the Economic Daily, sending a fresh signal that Beijing could tighten supervision on the likes of ByteDance, Kuaishou Technology and Bilibili.This market, currently with about 130 million live-streaming video accounts, has become “a game for traffic flows, as operators compete on who can be as vulgar as possible”,…

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