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by Reggie Noble on April 16, 2013

A non-governmental Chinese organization called simply “Safety Alliance” is on the lookout for a “Chief Pornography Identification Officer.” According to ChinaSmack, the group describes itself as a “neutral and impartial third-party organization, establishing industry standards for internet safety, improving China’s internet usage environment, protecting netizens’ internet rights and interests.”

The group posted the ad to its Sina Weibo account, China's hugely popular Twitter and Facebook equivalent, on April 10. That post generated more than 120,000 shares and 20,000 comments, as well as some some predictable Chinese netizen reactions: “God has opened a door for me…” wrote one.

But it’s a serious position. They're not paying you 200,000 RMB (about $32,000) a year to protect the Internet, not get your jollies on.

This probably comes as great news to those of you about to leave college and embark in the real world. So don’t say we never did anything nice for you.

[H/T: Daily Dot]