China did the same but since we've had the Kent (English) variant, the Brazil one and the South Africa one - and nobody seems to been bothered about their 'names'.
There is in my opinion an awful lot of naive/gullible/uneducated/stupid/etc, people on social media but there are some that make the whole thing worthwhile by giving a voice to those who otherwise may never have one.
There's no law about being naive/guillible/etc, but there's something badly wrong when states begin to control them to repress freedoms such as speech.
Then again is it right that people like Trump and Maugham can equally mislead and manipulate people on social media to their own ends?
Should states interfere in other country's elections by using social media for instance.
Should fake news be allowed to be spread so quickly such as QAnon, anti-vaccination, and all the other stuff that does more harm than good.
How do we find a balance between freedom and censorship, informing and manipulating, communicating for good (knowledge, information) and for bad (abuse, racism, etc).
Is social media a blessing or a curse?
Covid: India tells social media firms to remove 'India variant' from content