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100 websites pledge healthy content

Updated: 2013-09-29 18:41
( Xinhua)

BEIJING - One hundred websites and news portals pledged to create a healthy and positive cyber environment for minors here on Sunday.

They called on all Internet media organizations to advocate the Chinese dream which is featured by national prosperity and rejuvenation as well as citizens living a happy life.

Their calls also include setting up examples for youth to learn from, eliminating harmful information from the Internet and offering online services, such as psychological counseling, legal assistance and poverty reduction.

They announced the pledge amid a campaign to clean up the Internet, which was jointly initiated by the State Internet Information Office, the Ministry of Education, the Central Committee of the Communist Youth League of China and the All-China Women's Federation on September 16.

The campaign is targeted at creating a positive and healthy Internet culture for the good of youngsters.

The 100 participating websites include people.com, xinhuanet.com, sina.com, sohu.com, baidu.com and qq.com among others.

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