China announced the establishment of a campaign to fight against the proliferation of gambling online … and acknowledge that this causes release of money in the country. The campaign lasted almost six months, until August, will be conducted by the Ministry of Public Safety, the Central Bank, the Ministry of Technology and Information Industry as well as five other agencies. China feels persecuted by gambling online, according to a press release issued Monday on the website of the Ministry of Public Security which states that these games “have led to large outflows of money the country and severely disrupted economic and social order. ”
While this campaign, what will she serve?
According to the text, the campaign will target “major cases” and ensure “dismantle networks of Chinese and foreigners who come together to organize online games on the internet and punish them severely.”
Since coming to power of Communists in 1949, gambling was banned in China … but the locals have a certain affection for gambling, and this has given life through economic openness and rising living standards in an industry of illegal gambling.
However, the authorities say they will not stop there because this campaign will focus on the fight against the underground banking and pasta-forms of payment providing banking services to organizers of gambling. The operators of Internet sites that provide access to gambling will be punished as much.
The countries with authoritarian laws where everything is monitored frequently also launching campaigns to “purify” the Internet, which in recent years has developed a high speed by the first global Internet population is 384 million!