China explores new ways to control video-streaming websites

New regulations being considered by China’s censorship authority would allow a select list of [State-Owned Enterprises]’s to buy “special management stakes” of up to 10 percent in the country’s popular video streaming websites, giving them the right to oversee production and decision making, respected business magazine Caixin reported. The Chinese-language report was later removed from Caixin’s own website, although the text was widely reposted elsewhere. – AFP News Agency via The Japan Times