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China targets illegal radio broadcasters
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Since then, they've become rampant, normally blasting listeners with various types of content, ranging from sketchy medical infomercials to lewd and pornographic content.

Law enforcement officials say for the exception of Tibet, these types of illegal broadcasts have been noted all over China.


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