"Chinatown"-Official media of Chinese Australians

Beijing News (Reporter Tu Zhonghang) A reporter learned from the Ministry of Public Security that starting today, the first batch of 50 provincial and municipal public security agencies in Beijing, Shenzhen, and Chongqing will uniformly identify Weibo, WeChat, and Baidu Tieba accounts as "Internet police patrol and law enforcement". Centralized online, stationed in the network public space to inspect law enforcement.


From "behind the scenes" to "front office"

A few days ago, the Ministry of Public Security held a press briefing to inform the establishment of a regular and open inspection and enforcement mechanism for cyber police. Guo Lin, a spokesperson for the Ministry of Public Security, said that cyberspace is a public space. In response to various illegal crimes and harmful information that appear on the Internet, The Ministry of Public Security has established a normalized public inspection and enforcement mechanism for cyber police to enable cyber police to move from behind the scenes to the front stage, further increase the rate of online police seeing, and better maintain a healthy and orderly network environment.

"The biggest change this time is the identification on the Internet." Zhong Zhong, deputy inspector of the Internet Security Bureau of the Ministry of Public Security, said that Internet police have been established for 18 years. In the past, they often screened illegal information behind network terminals. The rumored post will be deleted, but the poster may not know that his post is suspected of being illegal.

This time, the Internet police have publicly identified their identities. For some suspected illegal or rumored online posts, they will take a face-to-face "slap on the shoulder and greet" to directly remind netizens to delete illegal information.


Deter and stop bad words and deeds online

What behaviors will the cyber police conduct public inspections?

First, through 24-hour inspections, timely discovery of various illegal and criminal information and harmful information on the Internet;

The second is to deter and stop online illegal crimes and bad online words and deeds in accordance with the law, to educate and warn netizens with minor circumstances, and to pursue corresponding legal liabilities for suspected crimes;

The third is to publish typical cybercrime cases and warnings and prevention information to assist netizens in enhancing their awareness and ability of online security prevention;

The fourth is to accept clues from netizens to report online violations and crimes, and carry out online legal publicity and education.

The relevant departments of the Ministry of Public Security have also established a regular and open inspection and enforcement mechanism for cyber police, and specially formulated and issued corresponding work specifications and work procedures to ensure effective results.

The first 50 online police patrol law enforcement accounts in the country are: Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Inner Mongolia, Liaoning, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Hubei, Guangdong, Guangxi, Chongqing, Tibet, Xinjiang Internet police patrol law enforcement accounts; Tangshan, Qinhuangdao, Handan , Taiyuan, Shenyang, Dalian, Anshan, Fushun, Harbin, Daqing, Nanjing, Xuzhou, Nantong, Hangzhou, Ningbo, Hefei, Xiamen, Fuzhou, Quanzhou, Nanchang, Jinan, Qingdao, Zibo, Weifang, Zhengzhou, Wuhan, Shiyan, Yichang , Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Nanning, Liuzhou, Guilin, Beihai, Chengdu, Bijie, Xi'an Internet police inspect law enforcement accounts.

Article reprinted from Beijing News


Go to the "Chinatown News" Fcebook page and click like, you can know the latest Australian ๑play, ๑immigration, ๑life information anytime and anywhere ☆✿~
"Chinatown" WeChat subscription account is now available, allowing you to keep track of more updated Australian information every day
WeChat subscription account: news-china-com-au