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Hubei sets livestream standards, including female dress

By Wang Keju | China Daily | Updated: 2019-02-01 07:37

Hubei province has issued China's first standard for livestreaming platforms and hosts - including their dress - in a move that aims to weed out misbehaving hosts and impose strict surveillance measures on livestreaming companies.

The standards, which were released on Tuesday, include requirements on content, account supervision, platform inspection and how hosts should dress.

Initiated by Douyu, an online streaming platform based in Wuhan, Hubei province, and jointly formulated by the Hubei Association for Standardization and the Wuhan Software Industry Association, the standards say female hosts should not wear see-through clothes, sexy uniforms, lingerie or flesh-colored tights. Dress of male hosts was not mentioned.

Hubei sets livestream standards, including female dress

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