Clubhouse Ban। The Chinese government has banned the social media clubhouse known for its social and political discussion. On this app, along with all the sensitive political issues, Chinese policies towards Taiwan and Hong Kong and Chinese government’s attitude towards Muslims are discussed. This move of the Chinese government also included the clubhouse in the list of thousands of websites and social media apps which have been banned by the Chinese authorities.
According to GreatFire.org, a US-based NGO, users are unable to access the app from 7 pm on Monday. However Xi Jinping’s government has denied any such filter. But position researchers abroad have identified a ban on access to this app by China state-owned telecom company China Telecom Ltd.
Please tell that only China Telecom provides internet in China. The Jinping government claims to follow the so-called internet sovereignty policy. It talks about some rights of Chinese political leaders, under which the people of the country should not see or see what. This can be limited.
The clubhouse has temporarily given Chinese users an uncensored forum to discuss politically sensitive topics. Unlike other social media apps, it facilitates verbal interaction. Through which Chinese users can directly interact with the people of Taiwan and other countries. Actually there is a long political dispute between China and Taiwan. China considers Taiwan its own part. And does not accept his sovereignty. While Taiwan considers itself a separate country and does not accept China’s political hegemony. Let me tell you that while there is community rule in China, in Taiwan, it works democratically.