Weibo bans 52 accounts, some with millions of followers, in campaign against financial misinformation on social media

//Weibo bans 52 accounts, some with millions of followers, in campaign against financial misinformation on social media

Weibo bans 52 accounts, some with millions of followers, in campaign against financial misinformation on social media

Chinese microblogging platform Weibo has banned at least 52 influential user accounts, some with millions of followers, in response to Beijing’s latest campaign to clean up “misinterpretations” of financial and economic policies on the country’s social media.The largest account that Weibo shut down was the popular Stock Community, with 3.25 million followers, which published stock market information. Michael Chen, a verified personal blog that provided investment tips to 1.3 million followers…

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By | 2021-09-02T12:00:24+00:00 September 2nd, 2021|Technology|Comments Off on Weibo bans 52 accounts, some with millions of followers, in campaign against financial misinformation on social media