Inside a Chinese internet censorship centre


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Inke has grown quickly amid China’s live-streaming frenzy that started in 2016, to become one of the top live-streaming apps in the country with some 250 million monthly active users.

Working as the manager of Inke’s content monitoring department, Zhi Heng leads a team of about 1,200 people who watch all streams on the platform to censor irregular behaviour, pornography and politically sensitive content.

Date Added: 2019-04-12

Category: China

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