The end of the avatar era, China will issue a real identity rule when surfing the Internet.
Date 27 Oct 2021 time 16:23
China plans to enact rules for registering real-identified internet accounts
BEIJING, Oct. 27 (Xinhua) — On Tuesday (Oct. 26) China’s cyberspace regulator (CAC) began accepting public comments on a draft regulation on the management of titles. Internet user account which requires real-identified registration
The draft regulation states that although users can choose a pseudonym. But it is necessary to fill in the real identification information. while registering for an account on the online platform
In addition, users are forbidden to use names to impersonate the Communist Party of China entities. Government agencies or armed forces, entrepreneurs, public institutions and people’s organizations Including the use of a pseudonym to disguise itself as a mass media organization.
Minors wishing to register must obtain parental consent for registration in their real names. and must verify the identity of both the minor and their parents
The above draft regulations also address the responsibilities of online platforms. This includes the security of collecting personal information of users.
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