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And We Chat, which offers both private messaging and payment services, has been right at the center of that move—last year, a video went viral that showed a woman teaching another how to use We Chat and other chat apps to attract customers for sex work.Still, aside from the arrest of 11 people in an alleged prostitution ring operating on We Chat last year, there have been no widespread crackdowns on selling sex on the messaging platform until now. The fact that millions of Chinese internet users are turning to We Chat to post their thoughts, chat, and keep up with the news—thoughts and news that might not be approved by China’s censors—may be one reason for more scrutiny.The alleged pimps, identified only as TM, R and IS, are suspected to have used messaging app Bee Talk to arrange meetings between sex workers and customers.
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Chinese internet giant Tencent has closed 20 million accounts on its messaging app We Chat, 5% of the total, because they offered prostitution services, according to Chinese state media, who dubbed the campaign operation “Thunder Strike.”The move is part of a wider government campaign to create a “healthy cyberspace,” which has included cracking down on pornography and salacious fan fiction, as well as the American television show .
Last month, when announcing that messaging app platforms like We Chat and others would be cooperating, Chinese authorities said police would “hold service providers responsible if they do not fulfill their duty.”This campaign, we’ve pointed out, may have as much to do with getting rid of smut as it does with reminding the country’s growing privately owned internet companies to toe the government line.
“I expect that the police will cooperate with the Depok administration, prosecutors and judges in Depok to review the punishment for online prostitution so they [sex workers] will not do it again,” Bintoro said.
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China’s censorship regime is still figuring out how to keep tabs on the increasingly popular chat app, which is taking internet users away from the microblog Weibo, a platform authorities have spent years monitoring and censoring relatively successfully.