China watchdog fines Tencent over illegal content on its messaging platform, ET LegalWorld | Court Practice News

China’s cyberspace regulator has imposed a fine of 1 million yuan ($137,390.95) on Tencent Holdings due to what it said was illegal and pornographic information on its messaging platform Tencent QQ, the regulator said on Wednesday.

Tencent QQ’s security center said it accepted the fine and would take actions to improve the platform.

  • Published On Sep 14, 2023 at 12:25 AM IST

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