China to 'clean up' the internet
The Chinese authorities have launched a fresh campaign to get rid of unhealthy, vulgar and pornographic content on the internet.
The authorities have also published the names of 19 websites that have failed to heed requests to get rid of unsuitable material.
These include Google and China's top internet search engine, Baidu.
These websites could be closed down if they do not delete the offending material, according to one official.
China believes it has a duty to protect public morality.
Officials seem to be particularly concerned about pretty girls in suggestive poses that can be accessed through various websites.
They fear this and other "unhealthy" content could damage young people's physical and mental health.