Chinese authorities have blocked the application with anecdotes for the “bad jokes” 

The head of the company owning the service promised to increase the number of censors to 10 thousand people.

The Chinese authorities have blocked the humorous app Neihan Duanzi for jokes that “sickened” users. About this writes Reuters.

Translated Neihan Duanzi means “Jokes with hidden meaning”, the service belongs to the company Toutiao, which is estimated at $ 20 billion, the newspaper notes. In early April, the main Toutiao application was temporarily removed

 from part of Chinese online stores due to censors’ claims.

The head of Toutiao, Zhang Yiming, promised that the company would increase the number of content moderators from 6,000 to 10,000 people.


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