Text messages in China to be scanned for ‘illegal content’

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BEIJING — Expanding what the Chinese government calls a campaign against pornography, cellular companies in Beijing and Shanghai have been told to suspend text services to cellphone users who are found to have sent messages with “illegal or unhealthy content,” state-run media reported on Tuesday.

Full story: Text Messages in China to Be Scanned for ‘Illegal Content’ — NYTimes