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On Monday, China's internet regulator said it had run a campaign to rid the nation of fake news. The State Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) said the crackdown would "clear and standardize the order of network communication in key traffic links," focusing on news providers like short video platforms and popular search …

  1. b0llchit Silver badge
    Big Brother

    Succinct

    Subheading:

    Aims to 'clear' the network of unauthorized misinformation.

    Does it need more words than this?

    1. ChoHag Silver badge

      Re: Succinct

      I think they got that subtitle inside-out. Shouldn't it be "Wrong stuff must be from official sources"?

  2. Nifty Silver badge

    "forged studio scenes"

    Wonder what Chinese viewers will see when the green screen is whipped away.

  3. obzai

    So... was there a train crash or not?

    Did he use the tool to create a fraudulent article about something that never happened, or did he use it as a ghostwriting tool to help him write about a real train crash that really killed people?

  4. TheRON

    The AI cannot contradict itself

    All bets are off between the delusional humans and retard machines.

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