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Other offending material includes ads for drugs, ads about sexually transmitted diseases, voyeuristic media and any leaked content.Censors will close offending accounts for one week for each infraction, until the fourth.
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These loans typically range from 500 yuan to 5,000 yuan, and carry a 30% weekly interest rate, even though interest rates for personal loans are capped at 24% annually, the Southern Metropolis Daily said.
On Wednesday (June 15), Jiedaibao posted a statment on Weibo (link in Chinese, registration required) that confirmed nude selfie loans exist, but said the interest rates are agreed between the two parties via other channels.
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Chinese university students are using their own nude photos as collateral to borrow money from loan sharks, with the help of the country’s booming—but largely unregulated—online lending market.
"Some people are using [We Chat] to disseminate negative or illegal harmful information to the public, seriously damaging the Internet system and hurting public interest, causing dissatisfaction among Internet users," Chinese state media quoted an unnamed official as saying.