But there are growing concerns among authorities over the type of content being produced in a new industry where top earners can make up to 40 million yuan a year.US venture capital firm KPCB’s data shows that in China, hourly revenue generated from live streaming, which includes advertising and paid downloads, beats other media such as online gaming, TV and music.Meanwhile, most live-streaming platforms still depend on voluntary virtual gifts from viewers as their main revenue stream, according to Cheetab Lab, the mobile internet research unit owned by Cheetah Data, and that is risky because there is not enough other revenue to cover the escalating costs of retaining the top presenters.In mainland China, where more than 95 per cent of internet users are on mobile devices, live streaming, like social media, is seen as one way to interact with people who have similar interests and also be entertained without paying for it.
The party could soon be over for China’s booming live streaming industry, which saw revenue triple last year, as the tens of millions of yuan a year paid out to top presenters becomes unsustainable amid a decline in online viewer numbers.
Even if the requester had an enhanced interest in the requested record, an APRA request must be evaluated with respect to the public at-large, not the interest of the particular requester....
The Complainant alleged that the Fire District violated the OMA when two meetings occurred outside the public purview and when she was instructed that she "need not" attend a public meeting.
Attorney General Kilmartin offers tips for data privacy day.
Attorney General Kilmartin speaks about the importance of the First Amendment.