1 thought on “Regulations on the use of WeChat groups of institutions and institutions”

  1. 1. Discussing some party members and cadres forgot their identities in WeChat group and "circle of friends" and express their views at will. Wu Mou, deputy director of the public security bureau in the East, reposted an article on WeChat's "Friendship Circle" and published a comment openly to blatantly deny the "one country, two systems". Subsequently, its view was reposted on a large scale and caused extremely bad influence in the local area. Wu was also disciplined for disciplinary treatment for "deliberately discussing the central government's policy and destroying the party's concentration unification."
    2. The "circle of friends" of rumors and rumors seems to be a private space. In fact, it has more attributes of public space. After several reposts, the breadth and depth of the information dissemination cannot be imagined. Although some party members and cadres did not make statements that violated political discipline on WeChat, they deliberately or unintentionally spread rumors on WeChat.
    On the evening of November 3, 2016, Huang Mingcheng, a cadre of Jianghua Yao Autonomous County, Hunan Province, brought his family to a supermarket in the county seat to hear a middle -aged woman calling for help. superior. On the way back, Huang Mingcheng heard that someone talked about it. Someone recently grabbed the child and ran in the car. After returning home, Huang Mingcheng felt needed to remind the people around him. Therefore, without investigating the authenticity of the incident, he wrote a information about "continuous robbery and children's cases on the streets of Qiangjiang County, walking on the car and walking" and released in the WeChat group. This rumor was frequently reposted, causing extremely bad influence. In January 2017, Huang Mingcheng was punished by warning within the party.
    3. In addition to making improper remarks and spreading rumors, WeChat can receive a small red envelope function to become a tool for individual party members and cadres to engage in illegal discipline and interest transmission. In recent years, there have been many cases that have been investigated and dealt with in various places to issue WeChat red envelopes during the election.
    For example, Li Mou, the secretary of the party branch of Guyun Village, Xiantang Town, Heyuan City, Guangdong Province, was filed for investigation for 41 party members and cadres to issue tens of thousands of WeChat red envelopes for 41 party members and cadres in the WeChat group of the party branch. It is neither over the New Year's Eve, nor celebration, and in the special period of the general election, the intention of sending red envelopes is self -explanatory.
    The summary regardless of the amount and regardless of the intention, party members and cadres will send red envelopes through WeChat and be cautious.
    Legal basis: Article 6 of the "Internet Group Information Service Management Regulations" Article 6 of the Internet group information service provider shall, in accordance with the principle of "background real name, voluntary front desk", to provide real identity information on the Internet group information service users Authentication, if users do not provide real identity information, they shall not provide information release services.

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