Chinese law enforcers confiscated more than 132,000 illegal publications for children in the first half of this year, according to official sources on Thursday.
This is according to figures released by the National Office Against Pornographic and Illegal Publications in Beijing.
More than six million items of harmful online information containing pornographic, violent, or vulgar contents were deleted during the period, the publications said.
Regulators across the country handled more than 70 cases involving the online spread of child porn, and producing and selling illegal publications for children.
The office promised to step up crackdowns on offences in fields such as short videos, online games, and social networks.
Edited byFatima Sule/Tajudeen Atitebi
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