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China launched a website to live broadcast court trials 2016

China officially launched a website to live broadcast court trials Tuesday in the latest move to increase judicial transparency.
The live trials will be used to cover various cases and better safeguard people's rights to know and to supervise, said Zhou Qiang, head of China's Supreme People's Court, at the launch ceremony.
The website, tingshen.court.gov.cn, is China's fourth online platform for publicizing court information, following three websites for disclosing trial procedures, judgement documents and the enforcement of court decisions.

Tianjin mayor faces corruption probe

Huang Xingguo, mayor of Tianjin and a member of 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, has been placed under investigation on suspicion of corruption, bringing the number of committee members investigated or convicted to 10.

Huang, 61, was said to have "seriously violated Party discipline", a phrase that often refers to corruption, according to a statement from the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, China's top anti-graft watchdog, on Saturday.

New Format of China's Online Porn  - Webcam Hostess

Baidu’s Douyu TV is marketed as a game live streaming site akin to Twitch.tv. But unlike Twitch, the site has a surprising number of videos that have little to do with video games.

A number of Douyu channels are operated by young camgirls—online hostesses, to use the hormone economy term—who entertain their followers with pretty faces and teasing conversation while enticing them to buy virtual gifts that convert into real cash.

Telecom fraud cause the death of a Chinese girl - Xu Yuyu

Students' information is easily collected and sold to scammers who prey on trusting people

Xu Yuyu, a college-bound student, died from a sudden heart attack on Sunday after tuition fees raised by her family were swindled in a telephone scam.

The 18-year-old from Linyi, Shandong province, scored 568 points on her college entrance exam this year and was admitted to Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications.