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Ministry of Culture to Regulate Mobile Internet

Donews, 5/20/09

On May 20, Tuo Zuhai, deputy director of the Cultural Marketing Department in China's Ministry of Culture (MOC), said at the opening of the 2009 China Internet Investment and Trade Fair that the MOC has taken note of recent changes in online culture – particularly changes driven by increasing use of the mobile Internet – and is currently researching new opportunities afforded by the technology, as well as new problems and their resolutions.

A source familiar with the situation confirmed that the MOC is researching administrative measures for the mobile Internet, but said that it had yet to reach any conclusions. Previously, the main regulating body for the mobile Internet has been the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT).

Keywords: regulation China Internet Investment and Trade Fair Internet MIIT Ministry of Culture mobile Internet Tuo Zuhai wireless


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