Chinese journalists who break their government’s reporting rules face being put on a new blacklist, adding to an array of controls used to restrict its domestic media, reported the Guardian. State-owned media in China today reported that the body that controls the sector plans to “establish a database of media professionals with a bad record.”

That would be the elite government rulers definition of a “bad record,” of course.


Chinese journalists who break their government’s reporting rules face being put on a new blacklist, adding to an array of controls used to restrict its domestic media, reported the Guardian. State-owned media in China today reported that the body that controls the sector plans to “establish a database of media professionals with a bad record.”

That would be the elite government rulers definition of a “bad record,” of course.

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