According to reports on November 29, the French media regulator is facing intense pressure to revoke the license of a state-owned broadcasting corporation from Communist China. Last year, the British Office of Communications (Ofcom) revoked the broadcasting license of Beijing’s China Global Television Network (CGTN) in the U.K, which immediately applied for authorization from the French regulator, the Supreme Audiovisual Council. CGTN has signed contracts with French satellite company Eutelsat since 2016. After obtaining authorization from the French authorities, the CGTN was able to continue broadcasting to the whole of Europe from London. Due to the European system, despite having lost its broadcasting license in the UK, CGTN now uses its French counterpart to broadcast across Europe and brainwash the rest of the world. More importantly, both CGTN and the China Central Television (CCTV) have “justified” CCP’s genocide against Uyghurs. On November 28th, Asia Today, CGTN’s flagship English-language program, did not mention the recent protests against the CCP regime’s Zero-Covid and lockdown policy in Communist China. The non-governmental organization Safeguard Defenders emphasized that the CCP has broadcast many cases of forced confessions on the Internet. The group highlighted that the French Supreme Audiovisual Council now has multiple reasons for revoking the CGTN’s license and has to take responsibility for failing to safeguard pan-European airwaves.