Stricter reg­is­tra­tion for we­b­casts

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - POLICY REVIEW -

The Min­istry of Cul­ture is­sued a reg­u­la­tion con­cern­ing we­b­casts, which will come into ef­fect on Jan 1. Ac­cord­ing to the new reg­u­la­tion, we­b­cast plat­forms must strengthen their reg­u­la­tory mea­sures over we­b­cast­ers, reg­is­ter their real names with ef­fec­tive ID cards, and check their iden­tity via

Pre­mier Li Ke­qiang has called for left-be­hind chil­dren to be cared for on sev­eral oc­ca­sions dur­ing the year, and said their pro­tec­tion should be pro­moted by ev­ery­one in the coun­try. China has more than 9 mil­lion chil­dren left be­hind by their par­ents who leave ru­ral ar­eas to work in cities.

face-to-face or video in­ter­views. and Re­form Com­mis­sion is­sued a no­tice to ar­range su­per­vi­sion over mar­ket prices dur­ing the com­ing New Year and Spring Fes­ti­val hol­i­days. The daily con­sump- tion of com­modi­ties that are of es­sen­tial im­por­tance to peo­ple’s daily lives will be pri­or­i­tized.

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