Chinese regulators have continued their efforts to clean up the country’s cyberspace by punishing the country’s biggest short video platform Douyin after an investigation found it was spreading “vulgar information”.Douyin, owned by Chinese tech giant ByteDance which also operates TikTok, was fined the maximum penalty for spreading “obscene, pornographic and vulgar information”, the National Office Against Pornographic and Illegal Publications said in a statement on Friday.“Some influencers on…



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