CAC releases Q1 results of administrative enforcement on cyberspace in 2020

On April 16, 2020, the CAC released the results of administrative enforcement on cyberspace in` the first quarter. In the first quarter, the national cyberspace departments continued to strengthen the administrative enforcement.

On April 16, 2020, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) released the results of administrative enforcement on cyberspace in` the first quarter. In the first quarter, the national cyberspace departments continued to strengthen the administrative enforcement.

The cyberspace departments at all levels, together with relevant departments, resolutely investigated and punished illegal information and behaviors endangering national security, closed a number of websites in violation of laws and regulations with severe social impact, and strengthened law enforcement and supervision through interview, rectification, administrative punishment and public exposure, etc.

It was reported that there were 1,143 websites inquired, 848 websites warned, 117 websites suspended from updating, 816 illegal websites cancelled or put on record by cyberspace departments together with competent telecommunication authorities, 3,520 clues of relevant cases transferred to judicial organs, 33,000 illegal account groups closed by relevant website platforms.

(Source: CAC)

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