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China moves to ban all private news publishers that are not funded by the Communist Party

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Further Crackdown On Free Speech



China has proposed banning all news organizations that are not directly funded by the Communist Party.

The new law, drafted by the National Development and Reform Commission, would ban any private investment in ‘news gathering, editing, and broadcasting’.

It marks the ruling CCP’s latest crackdown on private enterprise, after the country’s booming tech sector and billionaire owners were hammered earlier this year.

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