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Daily Dashboard | China's new regulations to require name verification for online commenting Related reading: Notes from the IAPP, July 30, 2021

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Adding to what a report characterized as an increasing state of internet censorship and surveillance in China, the Cyberspace Administration announced new regulations to take effect Oct. 1 forbidding commenters from posting anything on internet platforms without identifying themselves, The Diplomat reports. The Management Regulations on Internet Forum and Community is designed to “promote the healthy and orderly development of online community” and “safeguard national security and public interests.” Internet companies and service providers will be required to provide supervision and management once the law takes effect. Additional content has been banned, as well, in what some consider to be a manner “so broad and vague that any criticism could be included in the categories.” Online service providers will be required to record violations and report them to the regulator.  
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