In a bid to clean up WeChat livestreaming service, Tencent bans dozens of "violations" including fortune telling, "seductive lip licking", and nose picking (Arjun Kharpal/CNBC)
Published June 5, 2021, 4:10 a.m.
Arjun Kharpal / CNBC:
In a bid to clean up WeChat livestreaming service, Tencent bans dozens of “violations” including fortune telling, “seductive lip licking”, and nose picking — - Tencent published a list of dozens of common “violations” on its WeChat livestreaming service in a bid to clean up the app.
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