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Beijing cyberpolice to use real-name microblog for online patrols


16:08, December 28, 2011

BEIJING, Dec. 28 (Xinhua) -- The Beijing police will open a real-name microblog in a bid to prevent online rumors and hazardous information from spreading, a statement from with the Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau said Wednesday.

The statement said the Beijing police have set up a "new online law enforcement system," and the real-name microblog "capital cyberpolice" will take charge of online patrolling.

This account represents the online security guard team of the Beijing municipal public security bureau, and its mission is to patrol the virtual society of the Internet and prevent harmful information from spreading, according to the statement.

If the cyberpolice find harmful information being spread online, they will issue warnings to those who spread the information and handle the cases according to law, the statement said.

In 2011, Beijing police cracked 2,600 Internet-related criminal cases, including Internet fraud and gambling, involving more than 2,600 suspects.


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