China tech crackdown: internet watchdog visits social media firm Douban to correct ‘severe online chaos’

China’s internet regulator said it had deployed a special task force to the offices of popular social media platform Douban to rectify “serious online chaos”, in an escalation of Beijing’s ongoing drive to control internet content.The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) said in a brief statement on Tuesday that its Beijing bureau dispatched a supervision team to station at Douban. The agency did not elaborate on what issues it was trying to resolve, or how long the team would stay.Douban,…

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