No Anonymousness on China’s Internet

It’s been quite a few years that the government attempts to adopt a real-name system on the Internet, which will require any Internet user to provide his/her personal ID and real name for the registration with a blog, BBS, chatroom or any other online forum. Despite the users’ concern for privacy, the government seems determined to push forward. The lattest solution would maintain the real-name requirment for registration but allow pseudonyms to be shown online.

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  1. Marquis Wymer said,

    February 10, 2011 @ 9:49 am

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