Posts Tagged ‘real-name’

Yahoo China Email Service Officially Closed

Yahoo China has officially terminated its email services and all user emails and related settings have been deleted. In April 2013, Yahoo China sent an email to inform mailbox users that the company will close its email service on August 19, 2013, and all user data will be temporarily taken over by Alibaba’s cloud-based service […]


Baihe.com Begins Real-name Registrations In China

Baihe.com, a marriage social networking website in China, has started compulsory real-name registrations for new users, and the registrations will be checked via an authentication system. For old users, Baihe.com will provide a three-month transitional period and only users passing the authentication can continue to use its services after that period. This is in accordance […]


New E-commerce Rules: China Will Implement Real-name Registration For Internet Stores

The State Administration for Industry & Commerce of China has formally published the “Interim Measures for Management of Network Commodity Trade and Related Services”, effective from July 1, 2010.
According to the measures, individual online sellers in China who wish to sell goods via the Internet should submit applications to the operators of e-commerce platforms with […]


China’s MIIT To Promote Mobile Phone Real-name System

According to Guangdong Communications Administration, China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the Ministry of Public Security, and the State Council Information Office are jointly formulating regulations on mobile phone real-name registration system and the regulations are waiting for the approval of the State Council.
Guangdong Provincial Public Security Department said that by the end of […]


Hubei To Promote Real-name System

To set up a long-term effective system for the management of Internet information, China’s Hubei province now plans to promote the real-name system for users wishing to create websites and blogs.
Recently, libel cases and privacy infringement issues have become serious problems on the Chinese Internet, especially in the blog and video sharing sectors. To solve […]


Real-name Registration To Be Adopted In Beijing Internet Cafes

According to Beijing Xicheng District’s Culture Administration Enforcement Team, the eight urban districts of Beijing will adopt real-name registration at their netcafes in the first half of this year.