Zhongxin Finance, June 22. The State Administration of Radio and Television and the Ministry of Culture and Tourism issued the "Code of Conduct for Online Anchors" (hereinafter referred to as the "Code") on June 22.

  The "Standard" clarifies the 31 kinds of behaviors that network anchors must not appear in the process of providing online performances and audio-visual program services, including: fabricating and deliberately spreading false terrorist information, false dangers, epidemics, disasters, police situations, disrupting social security and public order , undermining social stability; insulting, slandering others or spreading their privacy, infringing on the legitimate rights and interests of others; by means of organized hype, hiring navy to swipe gifts, publicizing "gift sweepstakes" and other means to imply, tempt, and encourage users to give large sums of money ", lure underage users to "reward" or "reward with false identity information; display or hype a large number of luxury goods, jewelry, banknotes and other assets, display uncontrolled extravagant life, and belittle low-income groups to show off their wealth and other behaviors.

  The "Specifications" also clarified that online hosts should abide by laws and regulations related to intellectual property rights, and consciously respect the intellectual property rights of others.

The "Specifications" also emphasize that network anchors should truthfully declare their income and fulfill their tax obligations in accordance with the law.