Line prepares to monitor its 150 million users to censor sensitive Chinese words

Line prepares to monitor its 150 million users to censor sensitive Chinese words

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New Earlier this year, Tencent-owned WeChat, a mobile messaging app with more than 300 million users, came under fire for censoring ‘sensitive’ topics that its users were discussing. Now, Line, a rival app developed in Japan which has 150 million users, is the next in line to pal up to the...
Line prepares to monitor its 150 million users to censor sensitive Chinese words
                                       

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