China’s largest porn site gets shut down over fake news

China’s largest porn site gets shut down over fake news

As we reported, one of China’s biggest porn sites was shut down on Monday for the second time in less than a week.

The website, known as Aspen, was set up in January 2018 and was reportedly the largest porn hub in the world.

On Sunday, it had already been shut down more than 200 times, according to a report by China Daily.

But that was only the beginning of Aspen’s problems.

The site has been used to sell fake news and other illegal content, and in December the government said that it was shutting down all of the site’s services as a means of controlling the spread of the virus.

In the meantime, the Aspen platform has remained active on a number of other platforms.

As a result, a number a users who visited the site had their accounts suspended and their access to the site temporarily shut down.

The censorship that has come with Aspen has caused a significant loss of revenue, according the company’s founder, Xu Liqun.

He told TechCrunch that the company has experienced “several major losses” due to the shutdown, including an undisclosed amount in lost revenue.

Xu told the outlet that Aspen was able to recover some of its losses by increasing the number of users it has on the platform.

Xu said that the service was shuttered after the government had made an effort to shut down Aspen.

The move to shut Aspen down comes on the heels of a similar move that was taken by a number other Chinese sites that also operate in the country.

That shutdown took place last month when the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) said that Aspot and others were breaking the law.

However, as a result of the shutdowns, the sites have been shuttered again, according as TechCrunch reported.

The MPS did not specify the number or type of illegal content that was being sold on Aspen but has not explained how the sites were being shut down in the first place.

The sites shut down were listed on the Chinese government’s “red notices” website.

The red notices are meant to warn users of the government’s determination to shut off certain websites that are deemed to be “harmful to public order.”

According to the MPS, Aspen had “a high level of criminal activity,” including “pornographic materials and content that could be harmful to the public order,” according to the report.

However the MPCS did not give any indication as to why the site was shut.

Aspen does not appear to be the only site to be shut down this week.

In early December, another Chinese porn site, The Red Panda, was also shut down after a massive investigation that revealed that some of the images on its site were fake.

The Red Panda had over 100 million subscribers, according TechCrunch.

In a statement to TechCrunch, TheRedPanda said that its users were not infected by the virus and that its servers were not the ones that were hit by the malware.

“Our users are safe and our servers are not affected by the infection,” the statement read.

“We are working with the MQM to verify the source of the malicious code.”

TechCrunch contacted TheRedpanda for comment and will update this story if we hear back.

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