Beijing’s campaign to ‘discipline’ celebrities expands to what they can do on social media

China’s top internet watchdog has introduced regulations that strictly limit what celebrities, their agents and even fans can do on social media, as Beijing continues its campaign to discipline pop culture and fan clubs.The new measures include a limit on the number of accounts they can have, a ban on showing off a luxury lifestyle, and restricting posts that show their work and activities, according to the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC).The CAC notice, dated October 26 but released…


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