Judicial interpretation extends restrictions on postings on social media (mainly the Twitter-like Weibo) in China. Reportedly not intended to discourage exposure of official wrongdoing. Based in part on how many hits or retweets. Wall Street Journal, September 10, 2013 A8 http://bit.ly/18SinYW
Another story on attempts in China to control the non-State controlled media outlets. The selection of proposed criminals based on popularity is a nice touch.
Content controls? Requirements? Risk? Value? I am hard-pressed to pick the right category.