On Thursday, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) said it had imposed a RMB 1.5 million ($235,000) fine on Chinese hipster social media platform Douban for “unlawful” release of information. The agency has summoned executives of the company, ordering the platform to “rectify immediately and punish people in charge of the matter.” The company said in a Thursday statement that it had suspended a reply function and a featured content function on the platform. [CAC announcement, in Chinese]