On October 31, Tencents QQ Security Center issued the announcement on cracking down on the use of QQ for network illegal and criminal activities, saying that while maintaining the legitimate rights and interests of users, QQ resolutely cracked down on the illegal use of information networks and help information network criminal activities, and also hoped that users could enhance their awareness of information security and cherish the right to use accounts.
As an important instant messaging and social networking platform in China, Tencent QQ holds a zero tolerance attitude towards the use of the platform to set up illegal communication groups, release illegal and criminal information, and provide technical support, advertising promotion, payment and settlement for online criminal activities, and will continue to crack down on and clean up such behaviors.
Since 2019, according to the complaints and reports of users, the platform has closed more than 6000 QQ groups, and closed more than 13000 QQ personal accounts for illegal use of information networks and help information network criminal activities.
In order to purify the network environment of QQ platform, maintain the network order, and protect the information security and legal rights and interests of users, Tencent QQ will continue to seriously deal with illegal and illegal behaviors in the platform in accordance with laws and regulations, user service agreements and relevant rules, actively cooperate with law enforcement agencies to maintain the legal rights and interests of platform users, and continue to illegally use information network and help in accordance with the law We will crack down on information network crimes.
Tencent QQ team reminds: citizens who use information network to carry out illegal and criminal activities, violate QQ software license and service agreement, QQ number rules and other relevant regulations, and whose circumstances are serious may involve public security violations and criminal crimes, will be punished by criminal law, public security management punishment law and other relevant laws and regulations.
Source: responsible editor of observer network: Wang Fengzhi ue5e5 nt2541