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As the regulatory framework evolved, the Chinese government shifted primary responsibility for control of the Internet from the Ministry for Public Security to the Internet service providers themselves.
As recently as July 11, 2001, President Jiang Zemin condemned the spread of "pernicious information" on the Net and called existing legislation "inadequate." Since 1995, when Chinese authorities began permitting commercial Internet accounts, at least sixty sets of regulations have been issued aimed at controlling Internet content.
Inciting to overthrow the government or the socialist system; 3.
Inciting division of the country, harming national unification; 4.
Promoting feudal superstitions, sexually suggestive material, gambling, violence, murder, 7.
Engaging in terrorism or inciting others to criminal activity; openly insulting other people or distorting the truth to slander people; 8.