More bad news for folks in China.
Chinese internet users will no longer be able to post comments online anonymously as of Oct. 1.
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The new ruling is the latest in the government’s move to tighten control over internet usage in the country.
According to the Cyberspace Administration of China, sites like social networks and discussion forums will have to verify the real identities of registered users before they can be allowed to post anything on their platforms.
Comments on news stories will also have to be reviewed by the website before they can appear online, according to a report by the South China Morning Post. Read more…
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