China released a draft of "People's Republic of China Cybersecurity Law." The law sets forth new rules regarding monitoring and censorship of content. Under Article 40, if network operators find "information that the law or administrative regulations prohibits the publication or transmission of, they shall immediately stop transmission of that information, employ treatment measures such as deleting it, prevent the information from spreading, save relevant records." Article 43 requires government agencies to monitor online content and to "request the network operators stop transmission, employ disposition measures such as deletion" if they find prohibited content. If passed, the Cybersecurity Law will solidify China's already pervasive censorship apparatus.