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Fugitive CEO of QVOD is repatriated after 110 days

By Chen Hong in Shenzhen | China Daily | Updated: 2014-08-16 08:30

Wang Xin, the fugitive CEO of Shenzhen QVOD Technology who fled the Chinese mainland after authorities began investigating him and his company on suspicion of spreading pornographic content online, was repatriated to China after being on the run for 110 days, China's anti-porn watchdog said on Friday.

Wang, 34, was arrested trying to enter a foreign country on Aug 7. The National Office Against Pornographic and Illegal Publications did not disclose which country he was attempting to enter. He was repatriated to China on Aug 8.

After repatriation, Wang confessed in an interrogation that he was fully aware that his company had stored large quantities of obscene and pornographic videos on its servers. Still, he gave the green light for the company's peer-to-peer video streaming technology to share the pirated and pornographic videos in an aim to boost company revenues, according to the anti-porn agency.

Fugitive CEO of QVOD is repatriated after 110 days

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