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4th April
2009
  

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China issues detailed rules for video sharing sites
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SARFT logo Although Youtube has been unblocked, the China administration is determined to control audio and video content circulated in the Internet.

On March 30, the State Administration of Radio Film and Television (SARFT) issued an administrative notice, Concerning the tightening of management on Internet audio-visual content, In the notice that the following content should be banned from the Internet:

  1. against constitutional principle
  2. damaging to national unity, sovereignty and territorial integrity
  3. disclosure of state secret, harmful to state security, national honor and interest
  4. inciting ethic hatred, ethic discrimination, undermining ethic unity, culture and custom
  5. promoting cults and superstition
  6. disrupting social order and social stability
  7. inducing underage youth to commit crime; rendering violence, pornography, gambling and terrorist activities
  8. humiliating and slandering contents that violate citizen's privacy and rights
  9. harmful to social morale and national culture and tradition
  10. other contents that prohibited by other laws and regulations.

Internet audio-visual content providers have to edit and delete the following content:

  1. maliciously distorting Chinese culture, history and historical fact; maliciously distorting other countries' history and disrespectful to human civilization and other countries' civilization and customs
  2. deliberately ridiculing revolution leaders, heroic figures, significant historical figures, prominent figures inside and outside China
  3. maliciously ridiculing people's army, armed police, police, and judicial bodies; contents that show physical abuse and torturing of prisoners and criminals
  4. showing the arrogant and heroic side of criminal acts, details of crimes and investigation, image and voice of witnesses and whistle blowers
  5. advocating religious extremism, creating conflicts among different religions, sects, believers and non-believers that hurt people's feeling
  6. promoting fortune telling, fung-shui, exorcism treatment and other superstitious acts
  7. depicting nature disasters, accidents, terrorist acts, wars and disasters in a spoofing manner
  8. explicitly presenting promiscuity, rape, incest, necrophilia, prostitution, sexual perversion, masturbation and other similar acts
  9. showing or implicitly presenting sexual behavior and bodily intimacy
  10. deliberately exhibiting private parts of human bodies that covered up by body parts or small objects
  11. inducing sexual fantasy
  12. advocating unhealthy acts of extra marital sex, polygamy, one night stand, SM, exchanging partners, and etc
  13. titled and tagged with seductive words or pictures that associated with adult films, pornographic movies, AV, hidden video, nipple slip, and etc
  14. agitating content related with homicide, extreme violence, abduction, drug, gambling, and supernatural phenomena
  15. excessive horrible image, subtitle, background music and sound effects
  16. demonstrating slaughtering of animals, and human consumption (eating) of protected animal species
  17. violating individual privacy
  18. positive presentation or presentation that encourage fight, humiliation and vulgar languages
  19. advocating negative and decadent life style, world view and value; exaggerating national backwardness and dark side of the society
  20. video clips that have been banned by SARFT
  21. violating the principle of relevant laws and regulations.

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World Censors' Links

World Ratings a useful guide from Answers.com
Australia Classification Board (previously Office of Film & Literature Classification)
Australia ACMA, Australian Communication and Media Authority, TV Censor
Austria Bundesministerium fr bildung, wissenschaft und kultur
Canada British Columbia - Consumer Protection BC whose remit includes film censorship
Canada Nova Scotia - Maritime Film Classification Board
Canada Québec - Régie du Cinéma
Canada Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission
Canada CBSA: Canada Border Services Agency maintains a list of banned films and books
Denmark Medieraadet, classifiers (Danish language)
Europe: PEGI Pan European Game Information
Finland VET, film classifiers who use the word 'classifiers' honestly
France Centre National de la cinématographie: Commission de Classification (French language)
Germany FSF, television regulators (German language)
Germany FSK, film & video censors (German language)
Germany USK, Computer game censors (German language)
Hong Kong Television & Entertainment Licensing Authority (Chinese & English)
Hungary Országos rádió és televízió testlet
India Central Board of Film Certification
India Indian Broadcasting Foundation and Broadcasting Content Complaint Council
Ireland Film Censor Office
Ireland Broadcasting Complaints Commission for radio & TV content
Ireland Censorship of Publications Board
Japan Eirin, Film Classification and Rating Committee
Kenya Film Classification Board
Malaysia Film Censorship Board of Malaysia (LPF)
Malta Board Of Film And Stage Classification
Netherlands Kijkwijzer, self classification guidelines (Dutch & English)
New Zealand Office of Film and Literature Classification (OFLC)
Nigeria National Film & Video Board (NFVCB)
Nigeria Kano State Censorship Board
Norway Norwegian Media Authority
Poland Krajowa Rada Radiowym i Telewizyjnym (KRRiT) TV & radio censors
Singapore Media Development Authority (MDA)
South Africa Film and Publication Board (FPB)
South Africa Broadcasting Complaints Commission South Africa (BCCSA)
South Korea Game Rating Board
South Korea KMRB, Korea Media Rating Board
Sweden Statens medieråd (Swedish Media Council) The site is Swedish & English language
Switzerland Commission du Cinéma du Canton de Genève & Vaud
UAE National Media Council
USA MPAA Censors, but at least their advice is voluntary
USA MPAA's Classification and Rating administration (CARA) searchable ratings website
USA ESRB Entertainment Software Ratings Board. Self assessed computer game ratings