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Submitted by -Mezzo- 699d ago | news

China considering broad law to require real-name registration for its 500m+ Internet users

TNW - It looks like there is more bad news for Internet and social media services in China as the government is considering a move to introduce real-name registration for its more than 500 million Internet users in the country. (Internet, Web)

-Mezzo-  +   699d ago
This could really help cut down the Trolling.
AgentWhite  +   698d ago
Yeah , Half of the Facebook , twitter fake accounts can be Hunted down by such an effort .This should be implemented world wide .
kingPoS  +   698d ago
Would you like to be forced to use your name on any and everything you touched online?

A user tag stops being one when the choice is gone.

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