When people think of censorship in China, they usually think about the Great Firewall and netizens turning to clever images and puns to circumvent restrictions. But users are not the only ones left at the whims of censors. Digital platforms are often on the hook for figuring out how to keep disagreeable content off their services.The latest big content provider to face the wrath of Chinese censors is NetEase, which was fined this week because of comments on its news app that were deemed…


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