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Beijing sets up website for public to report gaming company ‘irregularities’ as anti-addiction drive ramps up
Anyone with a Chinese ID and a mobile phone number can report gaming company irregularities to the regulator through the website. The website appears designed to support last month’s new regulations from Beijing, which limit gaming time for under 18s to one hour per day at weekends.
3D-printed surface is used to mimic Araucaria tree leaves’ ability to make liquid spread in more than one direction. Altering two centuries of wisdom, the discovery has possible uses in cooling electronic devices, pregnancy tests and anti-counterfeit labels.
Chinese regulators are reviewing new games to determine whether they meet stricter criteria around content and protections for kids, people familiar with the matter said, an effort that’s likely to slow rollouts in the world’s largest mobile arena.
Taocaicai is expected to offer more than one million products from around the world to community group buying users in China. The new brand will work closely with Alibaba’s logistics unit Cainiao and food delivery service Ele.me.
China’s cyberspace watchdog presses Internet platforms to vet their online content as crackdown deepens
New guidelines emphasise that China’s online platforms are responsible for managing their content and urges them to improve their censorship. It is the latest move by Beijing in its drive to create a ‘clean and healthy’ cyberspace, free from information it deems harmful to society.
The focus on labour rights is part of the Chinese government’s push to create a fairer society and narrow the income gap under President Xi Jinping. Internet companies must now sign labour contracts with their gig workers, and provide them with the insurance coverage of state-run insurers.
Tencent Holdings Ltd and Netease Inc shed more than US$60bil (RM248.94bil) of value as investor fears grow that Chinese regulators are preparing to tighten their grip dramatically on the world’s largest gaming industry.
Can blockchain work in climate policy? China may use immutable records in green power trading pilot plan as transactions kick off
The scheme will be led by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), and the power distributors State Grid and China Southern Power Grid. A trading centre in Beijing and another one in Guangzhou will be established under the plan.
China said to suspend approval for new online games, heating up Beijing’s campaign against gaming addiction
Sources said the decision to freeze new video game approvals was revealed at a meeting between Chinese authorities and industry giants Tencent and NetEase. It is unclear how long this suspension of new game approvals will last, the sources said.
The Ministry of Transport orders local authorities to enforce driver and vehicle licensing requirements on ride-hailing platforms. Efforts by rivals of market leader Didi Chuxing to attract new drivers have attracted government scrutiny.