China: Users of blogs and forums should use your real name
While China has always been tough in terms of restrictions on the Network , seems to be enough with all the prohibitions that have been applied to Internet users in this country, having recently launched a new regulation that will force users to register with their real name on Blogs and Forums in order to put an end to anonymity on the web.
This new proposal is part of the upgrade project “methods for governing the Internet Information services”, where the Asian country suggests expanding the definition of information service providers in the network blogs, microblogs and forums . Along with this, you are prompted to operators such as Tencent and sina have an administrative license to offer its service.
In recent months, China has tightened Censorship on the Internet free movement, particularly microblogs as Weibo , that as the country begins to prepare for the transition of leadership every decade at the end of the year.
Moreover, the paper reports that providers of information services shall ensure that users register with their real identities to avoid being loaded on the network information defaming government officials, and other sensitive data.
Link: China Moving To Force All Forum Posters And Bloggers To Use Real Names (Geekosystem)Tags: anonymity, Anonymous, Blogs, Censorship, China, Forums, Information, Internet, microblogs, Network, sina, tercent, weibos