However, Facebook rejected the image, stating that its policies "disallows overly sexual images, suggestive nudity, showing a lot of skin or cleavage, or focusing unnecessarily on specific body parts." Mel and I were looking at the image on my phone. But an image of a mother being censored for using her breasts for their intended purpose didn't surprise me at all. It doesn't." "That's the really scary part," I said.We Chat accounts registered with a mainland China-based phone number have keywords filtered out or messages blocked anywhere in the world as long they keep the same user name, according to a study by the University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab.Accounts created outside the mainland, such as through carriers in Hong Kong or the US do not face the same restrictions, it said.3DXChat is the web's newest downloadable interactive game strictly made for adults who want to connect and feel a unique sensual experience in the virtual 3D world of gaming.Looking for hot 3D virtual sex with a real partner?Line Corp has also filtered keywords for Chinese users, according to a Citizen Lab report in 2014.
Tencent is part of a growing number of companies succumbing to censorship to operate in jurisdictions like China.“In recent years, We Chat has faced increased regulatory pressures,” the report said.“This strict regulatory environment has led to suspicions that communications on We Chat may be monitored.” Tencent also stopped notifying users if their messages were intercepted, making its operations less transparent, said Lotus Ruan, a researcher at Citizen Lab.“The idea that you can’t escape a censorship system imposed on you at the time of registration is a troubling one,” said Jason Ng, a research fellow at the Citizen Lab.The dual systems are crucial to understanding how Tencent Holdings can expand China’s most-popular message service overseas while still complying with domestic government controls on information.