A top Chinese censor has been arrested over suspicions he took millions in bribes to help a local anti-virus firm to crush a competitor. Yu Bing, head of the internet monitoring department of Beijing's Municipal Public Security Bureau, allegedly took RMB 40m ($5.8m) in backhanders from Rising to frame criminal charges against an …
Excellent Behaviour, Comrade...
Chairman Mao would be proud of such nefarious infighting amongst his minions....
Award that man a case of rice wine and send round 3 of our finest hostesses!
It seems that wherever there is email/internet monitoring you ar eliable to find this kind of thing. I seem to remember the monitoring of financial transactions from overseas to the US was abused by the relevant authority and commercially-sensitive material was fed to American companies. Who polices the police?
A year in prison?
Given recent court cases, he's lucky he wasn't shot!
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