China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology previewed a draft revision to...
domain name registration
by Sophie Beach | Apr 26, 2010
Internet pioneer and Beijing University professor Hu Yong has posted a translation of his commentary, written for Southern Weekly in January, about new rules governing registration of domain names: So is there no cause for...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 5, 2010
The Washington Post blog gives an update on another domain name register that is pulling out of China, and continued attacks on the Foreign Correspondents Club of China website: An Australian domain name registrar said last week...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 24, 2010
The Washington Post reports on GoDaddy’s announcement that it would no longer register China-based domain names due to government requirements for personal information from registrants: GoDaddy.com Inc., the world’s...
by Liu Yong | Dec 23, 2009
From Reuters: China has issued new Internet regulations, including what appears to be an effort to create a “whitelist” of approved websites that could potentially place much of the Internet off-limits to Chinese...
by Xiao Qiang | Dec 26, 2005
The Chinese government last week began closing down websites whose owners had not registered their personal information with the Ministry of Information Industry
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