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Bribery websites up and running

By Yan Jie | China Daily | Updated: 2011-08-09 07:44

BEIJING - Websites that reveal bribery staged a quiet comeback in China after ending a one-month limbo due to uncertainties about their legal status.

The websites, calling themselves various combinations of names to express the idea of "I-made-a-bribe", resumed online services quietly in mid-July after getting permission to register with the Internet regulatory authorities.

"I was a little surprised that its registration could be approved," said Xiaoxiaosheng, founder of one of the first bribery-exposing websites, who wanted to keep his website low-key and only be identified by his online nickname.

Bribery websites up and running

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