ChinaTechNews: MII Plans To Block Websites And Server IP Addresses

From ChinaTechNews.com:

China’s Ministry of Information Industry () has warned that websites who do not comply with recent registration guidelines will have their Internet Protocol (IP) addresses blocked.

MII says about 30% of websites in China still have not registered for an Internet Content Provider (ICP) identification number. As a result, not only will these websites face closure, but they will also bring risks to others who share the same IP address with them.

About 80% of China’s 660,000 domestic websites are built through renting a virtual host computer which is based on sharing the same IP address and servers. Once a particular Chinese user breaks the rules, many others who share the same IP address and server will be affected.

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