Policymakers Float Tighter Internet Regulations
(Beijing) – China may require real name Internet registration for Internet use, among other stricter measures, under a policy proposal submitted to the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC) on December 24.
The proposal is expected to be approved by the NPC Standing Committee on December 28. The draft regulation includes measures on Internet security and the disposal of electronic junk mail.
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