Meanwhile, in Internet forums many netizens have expressed their fear about the veracity of the information that will be published, by the problems that false rumors can cause to the creators of these sites and also by the fact that the portals should become a business. A surfer who signs as Jason, said that such initiatives can be used as tools for nonprofit to extort money from the possible involved in an act of corruption or to further develop the market delete photos or compromising information that already exists on the internet. In China the price by delete information published on the Internet, as the netizens, is around $300 were told. Suppressing a report of Tianya.cn, one of the most popular forums in the country, costing around 2,200 Yuan (339 dollars), while the price per delete it from other sites is 1,500 Yuan ($231), and by deleting photos from the base of Baidu, the Chinese search engine, the cost is a minimum of 300 yuan (46 dollars). But despite the fears that exist by the opening of the websites I I paid a bribe in the Chinese forums, the majority of participants were positive by the emergence of this idea to help curb corruption afflicting the country, in an unusual manner. In India, the portal paid a bribe unveiled more than 10,000 cases of corruption behind which stood at more than 20 government officials in less than a year. In December of last year, a report from the Chinese Government admitted that the problem of corruption is very serious; officers reported having investigated more than 240,000 cases in the past seven years, including cases of bribery and embezzlement. The Chinese Prime Minister, Wen Jiabao, ratified in March this year that corruption in China is one of the main problems of the country.