BEIJING, Sept 11 (Reuters) - Chinese internet company Netease said on Tuesday it would stop updating its finance website from today to rectify what it called “irregular practices” and conduct a “comprehensive correction.”
Netease said its finance site had encountered problems and the firm had conducted a “serious self-criticism and introspection” and would work with other platforms to “create a clean and upright cyberspace.”
Netease did not specify the website’s problems.
The Chinese government maintains strict censorship of news sites and media platforms. (Reporting by Pei Li and Ryan Woo Editing by Darren Schuettler)