Regulators from the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) have sent a provincial-level working group to Hubei-based short video app Douyu to supervise a month-long rectification action after the livestreaming platform was placed on consecutive blacklists for allowing the spread of what China’s internet regulator deemed obscene content. Douyu was first punished in February for sharing “vulgar and violent content” together with other video platforms Douyin, Kuaishou, Bilibili, Huajiao, and Huya, and handed a fine as well as a request to change management practices. When CAC undertook its latest quarterly trawl for illegal content it found Douyu at fault again on April 30, fining the app an undisclosed sum. NASDAQ-listed Douyu’s share price plunged 15% before market opening on the news, rebounding to $1.08/ADS midday. [Caixin, in Chinese]