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Shanghai Municipal Administration of Culture, Radio, Film and TV is being sued by a private citizen, surnamed Li, for inclusion of mafia-related content in Shanghai-based online game company Giant Interactive’s (NYSE:GA) in-house developed MMORPG ZT Online, Oriental Morning Post reported May 11.
Li Junmin, a lawyer, claims to have immersed himself in the game for four months before complaining to the Ministry of Culture (MOC) that ZT Online glorifies gambling, killing and thieving in contravention of China’s regulations on the administration of Internet culture. The MOC told Li to take the matter up with Shanghai Municipal Administration of Culture, Radio, Film and TV. Li’s decision to turn to the courts came after letters to the administration went unanswered, according to the report, a claim the administration contests.