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- The announcement followed a report Saturday by Chinese financial news publication Caixin in which Blued was accused of failing to protect young teenagers.
- Committed to the legitimisation of same-sex relationships in China, he created Blued, the first gay social network app.
- While Blued now dominates in China, with more than 80 percent of the gay-dating market, analysts said it would probably be difficult for the company to build a large following overseas. You might be rightly thinking, "What about queer women?
- QQ is another hugely popular messaging app that has been the flagship Tencent product before WeChat. His family was devastated.
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The trade war's latest victim: Manufacturing. The report cited a researcher who said the app let boys set up profiles in which they falsely claimed to be 18 or older, exposing them to explicit content and sexual exploitation. Homosexuality is no longer illegal in China, and authorities in removed it from the official list of mental disorders.
The Chinese government hasn't objected to gay dating apps, as long as they stick to internet rules that restrict the dissemination of pornography and politically sensitive information. December 16, Gaming giant Tencent TCEHY said in November it would check the identities of all its gamers in China by with the aim of limiting the hours young people spend playing.