Hangzhou smashed the dissemination of pornographic comic web sites: mainly targeting primary and secondary school students


Hangzhou smashed the dissemination of pornographic comic web sites: mainly targeting primary and secondary school students

Xinhua News Agency, Hangzhou, Oct. 4 (Reporter Ma Jian) Reporters from the Hangzhou Public Security Bureau learned that the Hangzhou police recently knocked off a group specializing in the dissemination of pornographic cartoons for profit, cutting off a primary and secondary school students to the "black hand".

Hangzhou Internet police found through their early work that a website called "Meow Comics" was suspected of spreading a large number of obscene pornographic comics, and used fantastic propaganda as bait to attract minors to log in.

At about 8:00 on September 28, the police launched a multi-channel and simultaneous arrest operation, destroying the gang suspected of spreading obscene goods for profit. Lin, Chen, Dong, Chen, Xiang and other five criminal suspects were all netted, and a large number of evidence such as computer servers, contracts, bank electronic bills were found on the spot. .

After questioning, 5 suspects confessed to the facts of the crime and were now under criminal detention. It has been identified that the group will be the main "consumer group" set as primary and secondary school students, since the end of June this year, the website has published more than 1000 pornographic cartoons. These cartoons have storylines and provocative language. Visitors must first purchase the so-called "currency" through WeChat, Alipay and so on.

It is reported that because of the strong imitation and peer-driven characteristics of comic dissemination, the number of members of the site in just over three months has reached more than 7 million, involving nearly 15 million yuan of funds.


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