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China plans to root out online rumors (lời đồn) by striking their origins.

The country’s top internet regulator said that it would set up mechanisms to trace both the origins of the rumors and online platforms responsible for publishing such posts. Violators (kẻ vi phạm) would be banned (bị cấm) from registering new accounts (đăng ký tài khoản mới) across the network, with serious breaches (vi phạm) handled by relevant law enforcement units.

“(Rumors) not only infringes (vi phạm, xâm phạm) on the dignity (chân giá trị; phẩm giá, lòng tự trọng), reputation, and privacy of others but also seriously pollutes the social atmosphere, so it must be severely cracked down on,”

...In 2020, a woman was fired by her employer and later diagnosed with depression after a secretly filmed video claiming she was “seducing a delivery man” went viral online. The two defendants (bị cáo) were handed a one-year prison sentence and a two-year suspended sentence for defamation last April.

Another post involving a grandfather and his granddaughter falsely accused of being a couple also went viral last year, with both experiencing online abuse (lăng mạ, xỉ nhục; lạm dụng). The individual who started the rumor was detained (bị giam giữ) in November, and the case is still being investigated (điều tra).

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