An unintended consequence of the battle between Tencent and Qihoo 360 has been increased awareness among Chinese internet users regarding averse effects of Tencent's industry monopoly and the significance of protection of user privacy and rights.
Recently Beijing launched a new anti-vulgarity campaign for sanitizing the Internet. On August 3, China Daily and people.com.cn jointly organized a seminar on “boycotting banality, cliche and debased culture, improving the new media cultural quality” to set the principles and figure out strategies for the new moral campaign. Below is a summary of People's Daily's report on the seminar.
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