The Chinese government has reacted to online criticism of its handling of the coronavirus pandemic by implementing new Internet and social media rules aimed at promoting "positive"material and discouraging "negative" content. The rules define negative content broadly as "sensationalizing headlines," "excessive celebrity gossip," "sexual innuendo" and anything that can have a "negative impact."
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