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China smash world porn website's branch


16:50, September 08, 2011

Edited and Translated by Ma Xi, People's Daily Online

After two months of investigation, police in Shaoxing city of Zhejiang province destroyed a Chinese porn website named New Erotic World Forum, which had 70,000 registered members. This forum was an important member of Sunshine Entertainment Alliance, the world's largest erotic website. All 15 core working staff members, including an executive, were arrested and the New Erotic World Forum was shut down.

This porn website was opened in 2008, with multiple DNS servers in United States. It had more than 140,000 posts and 2.2 million Internet users following. It also contained a large number of erotic articles, pictures and links to download or play videos.

During the investigation, police found that the staff of this website were very cautious about revealing their personal information. After meticulous work, police figured out information about 20 employees of this website.

The Shaoxing police overcame many difficulties, traveling throughout 11 provinces and arresting 15 suspects. The wave of arrests lasted more than 20 days from July 1 to July 25.


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Elizabeth at 2011-09-1058.178.103.*
I was very happy to read Chung Kwor"s arresting the large pornography business. This is so evil american. Please do not copy. Please follow your own. I am a white Australian woman who is VERY proud of your profound and ancient country. I am only alive today because of your country! Wishing that you can keep all your roots and not have them taken away by the west. Kind regardsDeborah
Confusedus at 2011-09-0866.58.203.*
I don"t understand the puritan attitude about sex. As long as it is kept a secret, it is okay. But let people know that it is something fun, then get out of the way. Haven"t you seen that when you make something illegal that you then turn that something over to the underworld which they are then able to market at a much higher price, thus, giving them the incentive and the money to do so. Regulation and education is the answer, not banishment and criminalization.

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