China urges more efforts to curb porn
Updated: 2012-01-09 22:23
BEIJING - A senior Chinese official on Monday called for more efforts to eliminate pornography and other illegal publications as well as to protect intellectual property rights (IPR).
Liu Yunshan, a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, made the remarks at a nationwide teleconference.
Government at all levels should firmly eliminate pornography and other "cultural rubbish," and pay more attention to IPR protection for publications to create a fine cultural environment for the CPC's upcoming 18th National Congress, Liu said.
The fight against pornography and other illegal publications is in the people's immediate interests and the country's long-term stability, Liu said, adding that the government should strengthen supervision and adopt new methods to prevent illegalities in publication.
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