Porn Ban in China: Reporting on Others Who View XXX Content Will be Given a Cash Prize!
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Viewing pornographic content is not a problem only in India but also some other countries. People all over, indulge in watching porn and to deal with this problem, China has taken a big decision of giving monetary rewards. China has announced a cash prize for those who report on others watching porn and indecent content. Those who report about people viewing porn will be given a cash prize worth 600,000 Chinese Yuan which is approximately Rs 62 lakhs! Brazzers Serving Porn on Twitter While India Blocks Pornographic Websites! Can a Complete Ban on XXX Be Ever Enforced? 

The popularity of watching porn in China is on the rise and it's becoming a menace to be tackled. So to get it under control, the authorities are offering such a huge amount as a cash prize. This is not the first time China has made such an announcement, but the problem was not tackled. So from an earlier amount of 3,00000 Chinese Yuan, they have doubled the amount. China had shut down about 4,000 websites as they contained harmful information, including numerous porn websites.

The authorities believe that the increasing viewing of porn can damage the cultural unity of the nation. The new rules have come in after the censor laws in the country. It is the government's responsibility to ensure the development and safety of its people, with all the public benefits in mind, so they have increased their strict stance on viewing of pornography.

The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) recently deleted close to 10,000 accounts on social media which were said to promote dangerous information about the political scenario and spreading fake news. Popular social media platforms like WeChat and Weibo were also fined for misuse of information and irresponsibility from the users. Recently the government of India also issued a directive to the internet service providers to ban 827 porn sites. Failing to do so would terminate the licenses of these internet service providers. People were obviously not happy with this move and expressed their displeasure on social media. But the Chinese have used the monetary ways to lure people to money instead of pornographic content.