Two Beijing-based websites have been asked by the local internet regulators to issue a public apology for offering pornographic video displays and downloads.

The two websites are Uusee.com and Zol.com.cn. They have been required to publish formal letters of apology on their front homepages. The website owners have also been ordered to remove the offending content immediately.
Beijing Municipal Internet Administration Bureau has asked other government departments to further investigate and punish the websites for disseminating illegal and immoral information.

The bureau recently held a press conference, calling for concerted efforts to supervise online content, remove "unhealthy" information and oppose actions that hamper the development of Internet business in China.

Thirty-six websites have resolved to exercise self-discipline in relation to the information they provide. They have also pledged to oppose actions that undermine Chinese "Internet civilization".

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