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China has shut down more than 100 illegal dating websites and ordered 20 others to correct their practices, as part of a crackdown against fraud and pornography on match-making sites.China's Internet watchdog said that 128 illegal dating websites were shut down because of a lack of registration records, and intentionally leaking user information, spreading pornography and vulgar content.Wu Linguang, chief executive officer of Jiayuan.com, which claimed to have more than 100 million users in 2014, said it will benefit the long-term development of the industry.The campaign also involved participation by other departments, including the Ministry of Public Security, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and Ministry of Civil Affairs.Aside from targeting fraud rings, prostitution and fraudulent practices by service providers, the campaign launched in February also asked dating websites to enforce real-name registration and ensure the authenticity of their users.Some match-making site operators have voiced their support for the campaign, state-run Xinhua news agency reported on Monday.Some match-making site operators have voiced their support for the campaign.

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It ordered 20 more websites to correct their practices.Since I talked about online dating in the last post, I figured I might as well jump into the wild world of Chinese dating game shows today.According to the statement, some sites have even allowed registered users to publish pornographic novels, Xinhua news agency reported.Aside from targeting fraud rings, prostitution and fraudulent practices by service providers, the campaign also asked dating websites to enforce real-name registration and ensure the authenticity of its users.

China has shut down over 100 illegal dating websites and ordered 20 sites to correct their practices in a campaign launched in February targeting fraud and pornography on match-making sites.The websites were shut down due to a lack of registration records, leakage of user information and spreading pornography and vulgar content, the Cyberspace Administration of China on Monday said in a statement.

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