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China tightens restrictions on religious internet sites

December 23, 2021

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CWN Editor's Note: In a new bid to tighten state control over religion, the Chinese government has announced that beginning in March 2022, no religious ministry will be allowed to operate on the internet without government approval.

The new policy also provides for sanctions on those who use religion or the internet “to conduct activities that endanger national security.”

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