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  1. #1
    WHT-BR Top Member
    Data de Ingresso
    Dec 2010

    [EN] China to make app store proprietors responsible for apps and content within

    Beijing punishes livestreaming sites, Apple App Store to be summoned


    Beijing's Internet regulators said Apple is next on a list for inquiries after authorities ordered three Chinese live streaming websites to rectify management loopholes.

    The three websites are, and, which were found to have violated four different regulations concerning Internet information services, live-streaming services and online performance, according to the Beijing Cyberspace Administration.

    In a joint inquiry, conducted by the administration, the Beijing Public Security Bureau and Beijing Cultural Market Administrative Law Enforcement Team, the three companies were found to lack systematic management and to have been inadequate in checking information, emergency response and technical support.

    "Significant loopholes" also existed in their management of live-broadcast products, user classification, authentication of user identity and the handling of tips-offs, according to the regulators.

    Some publishers have broadcast live content forbidden by Chinese law on these platforms, they noted.

    Some provided pornographic content, according to the regulators.

    Beijing Cultural Market Administrative Law Enforcement Team said it has collected and sorted evidence on the violations at and and started investigation.

    Some cases will be transferred to the police, and publishers that have committed violations shall receive criminal punishment.

    Officers with the law enforcement team said they have also met representatives from Apple about the examination of live stream apps from the tech giant's app store.

    The Beijing Cyberspace Administration confirmed that the three departments will jointly summon Apple over the issues to urge the American firm to tighten up checks on software applications available in the Apple Store.

  2. #2
    WHT-BR Top Member
    Data de Ingresso
    Dec 2010

    China to Question Apple Over App Store Content

    APRIL 19, 2017

    Chinese authorities plan to question Apple about video streaming services available over its app store within the country, in their latest move to intensify pressure on the American technology giant over the content it provides in the vast and crucial market.

    A report on China’s official Xinhua News Agency late Wednesday said that the authorities would summon Apple to urge it to “tighten up checks on software applications available in the Apple Store.” The report did not say when the summoning would take place.

    The inquiry appears to focus on third-party apps available on the company’s app store in China. The report said the authorities had told three Chinese websites to tighten their oversight of online information, livestreaming services and online performance. Some broadcasters, it said, offered live content forbidden by Chinese law, including pornography.

    The authorities had already met with Apple representatives about livestreaming apps available on its app store in China, Xinhua said, without disclosing details.

    An Apple spokesman in China declined to comment.

    The report comes as Chinese authorities put pressure on Apple over the apps and other content it offers its users in China, which in the fiscal quarter that ended Dec. 31 accounted for about one-fifth of its revenue.

    The moves are part of a broader Chinese effort to regulate internet content. With services like Google, Facebook and Twitter long blocked in China, Apple is a rare foreign-owned company that provides a significant amount of apps and other content through platforms it controls.

    A year ago, Apple’s iBooks Store and iTunes Movies were shut down in China, six months after they were started there. In December 2016, complying with what it said was a request from Chinese authorities, Apple also removed news apps created by The New York Times from its app store in China. Apple did not specify what prompted the request.

    More recently, Chinese authorities have also ordered app stores in China to register with the government. Because Google’s app store is among that company’s services that are blocked in the country, a considerable number of locally owned third-party app stores have popped up to serve phones running Google’s Android mobile-operating system. That has complicated China’s efforts to control the country’s fast-growing mobile internet business.

    The Xinhua report on Wednesday said that Apple had been approached by the Beijing offices of three Chinese agencies. They included the Cyberspace Administration of China, the country’s top online regulator, as well as public security officials and a cultural law enforcement group.

    The report said three Chinese websites —, and — had violated regulations concerning internet information services. Some potential violations, it said, would be referred to the police.

    A version of this article appears in print on April 20, 2017, on Page B2 of the New York edition with the headline: China to Question Apple Over App Store Content

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