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More than 300 Weibo posts mocking the Hualien earthquake were officially deleted and accounts were blocked

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More than 300 Weibo posts mocking the Hualien earthquake were officially deleted and accounts were blocked

Hualien earthquakeAfter the earthquake, a serious disaster occurred on Chinese social platformsweiboThere were a lot of “tempting” comments. Weibo officials said it had removed 340 posts that ridiculed the disaster and banned more than 20 accounts.

An earthquake measuring 7.2 on the Richter scale struck the east coast of Hualien on the morning of the 3rd, and was strongly felt throughout Taiwan. The Hualien earthquake caused 2,441 disasters across the country, including 9 deaths, 1,038 injuries, 96 people stranded and 48 missing, the Central Disaster Response Center said today.

Following the earthquake, related topics were discussed on major social platforms in China. There were many expressions of concern. Some netizens who visited Hualien in the past recalled the scenes in Hualien and expressed their prayers. However, some considered this disaster too devastating. A “traffic password”. Situations where derogatory comments are made.

The official Weibo announcement on the afternoon of the 3rd pointed out that after the disaster, most netizens paid attention to the disaster rescue situation and prayed for safety through the platform. However, during the site inspection process, it was found that a small number of users posted inappropriate comments that praised and mocked the disaster; In addition, some individual users publish malicious attacks and illegal content that provoke extreme emotions in order to “get attention”, and the site will deal with this seriously.

The article stated that in accordance with the “Weibo Community Convention” and other relevant rules, a total of more than 340 illegal contents, including “ridiculous disasters and inciting extreme emotions”, were removed, and more than 20 illegal accounts were deleted. Was banned. Stages based on severity.

In addition, some media accounts have made false reports on the Taiwan earthquake, misleading netizens, and the media that first published and hosted this topic were not included in the hot search topics in the steps.

The announcement emphasized that in the event of disasters, it is even more important for netizens to participate in discussions and express opinions objectively and rationally, not to publish content that lacks empathy, not to believe and Spreading false information and using practical actions. Pray for the safety of people in disaster areas.

Under this announcement, many netizens left messages to express their support, saying that “appreciating natural disasters is simply inhumane” and “nonsense comments in the face of disasters should have been controlled long ago.”

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