On June 22, the State Administration of Radio and Television and the Ministry of Culture and Tourism issued the "Standards for Conductive Conduct" (hereinafter referred to as the "Specifications").
The "Specifications" show that online anchors should establish a correct worldview, outlook on life, values, actively practice the core values of socialism, and advocate social morality, adhere to professional ethics, and cultivate personal morals.
It is worth noting that the "Specifications" lists a series of behaviors that are not allowed to appear in the live broadcast of online anchors.
Among them, online anchors must not preach discrimination based on reasons such as race, nationality, region, gender, occupation, physical and mental defects; they must not spread food and show fake food, vomiting, overeating, etc. Fans are scolding each other, pulling on war, rumor attacks, and implementing cyber violence; they must not show or speculate on a large amount of luxury goods, jewelry, banknotes and other assets, showing unrestrained luxury lives, and degrading the wealthy behavior of low -income groups.
In addition, the "Specifications" also shows that the platform shall not provide illegal and moral artists to provide public performances and vocalization opportunities to prevent the transfer of the transfer position; for the network anchor who has been banned, the platform should include it into the "blacklist", no, no, no Allows to broadcast again in the form of replacement accounts or replacement platforms.