GAPP Preps Online Content, Game Regulations
China's General Administration of Press and Publication of China (GAPP) plans to classify digital content related companies into publishers, processors, submitters and transmitters, granting permits accordingly, Sohu reported July 21 citing GAPP Vice Chief Sun Shoushan. Traditional publishing houses will be given licenses to publish digital content, while non-government-owned technology companies will be allowed to edit and circulate them, Sun said in the report.
GAPP also plans to release a detailed inspection and approval requirements and procedures for online games, including social networking site games and children's games, Ccidnet.com reported separately.
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