The Taiwan authorities have ordered that the Internet can not be slandered and Cai Yingwen will monitor social accounts.

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 The Taiwan authorities have ordered that the Internet can not be slandered and Cai Yingwen will monitor social accounts.


China Taiwan network can not slander Cai Yingwen on the Internet in November 2nd. According to Taiwans Zhongshi E-Newspaper, Peng Shengzhu, Taiwans Director of National Security, confirmed in the Legislative Yuan on the 1st that the National Security Bureau will monitor public online communities such as Facebook. Zhu Xueheng-acid, a Taiwan Internet celebrity known as the house god, said that this is definitely not a memory of the martial law era, nor is it a violation of freedom of speech. Leaders are supreme and inviolable! Some netizens could not help but feel sorry for Ma Ying-Jeou.

Netizens said: Ma Ying-jeou was scolded on Facebook and Internet before, but have you ever seen Ma Ying-jeou called Bureau of Investigation or collected defamation evidence from relevant bureaus? After the Democratic Progressive Party came into power, it only highlighted the Kuomintangs honesty and face. New does not come, I do not know the old good! The DPP came to power before we saw their faces. The DPPs two sets of standards is really unacceptable. Its too contemptuous of peoples intelligence quotient! Others say: When you criticize General Han (Korean Yo) for saying that ideology does not accept marches and that it is martial law, what is the National Security Bureau doing? If the leaders do well, the people will not be able to make a good applause. So is it necessary to review our behavior first? Is it not good humility and humility? Some netizens dissatisfied: I can only live forever. We elected the emperor. What an exaggeration. If you do it badly, you must be able to stand up to criticism, even if you dont have the same grace. What kind of leader do you want to be? Is it really a slander? Curious! As for the scope of surveillance, according to Taiwans United News Network, Peng Shengzhu said that the scope of the search includes open networks and social media. As for the defamation part, the National Security Bureau said it would go to various public networks to determine whether it was defamation or not, and if the disputed information, it would be reviewed by the ministries and committees together. Source: Taiwan China net editor: Li Cong _B11284

Netizens said: Ma Ying-jeou was scolded on Facebook and Internet before, but have you ever seen Ma Ying-jeou called Bureau of Investigation or collected defamation evidence from relevant bureaus? After the Democratic Progressive Party came into power, it only highlighted the Kuomintangs honesty and face. New does not come, I do not know the old good! The DPP came to power before we saw their faces. The DPPs two sets of standards is really unacceptable. Its too contemptuous of peoples intelligence quotient! Others say: When you criticize General Han (Korean Yo) for saying that ideology does not accept marches and that it is martial law, what is the National Security Bureau doing? If the leaders do well, the people will not be able to make a good applause. So is it necessary to review our behavior first? Is it not good humility and humility?

Some netizens dissatisfied: I can only live forever. We elected the emperor. What an exaggeration. If you do it badly, you must be able to stand up to criticism, even if you dont have the same grace. What kind of leader do you want to be? Is it really a slander? Curious!

As for the scope of surveillance, according to Taiwans United News Network, Peng Shengzhu said that the scope of the search includes open networks and social media. As for the defamation part, the National Security Bureau said it would go to various public networks to determine whether it was defamation or not, and if the disputed information, it would be reviewed by the ministries and committees together.