” China has moved to restrict videos online, allowing only state-controlled sites to post any – including those shared by users – and requiring Internet providers to delete and report a variety of content.It wasn’t immediately clear how the new rules would affect YouTube and other providers that host Web sites based in other countries that are accessible from China. A spokesman for San Bruno, Calif.-based YouTube said the restrictions “could be a cause for concern, depending on the interpretation.” Tudou.com, which claims to be China’s largest video sharing Web site, didn’t immediately respond to an e-mail requesting comment.”

(via Yahoo News)