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北京大学新闻与传播学院副教授,博士。价值中国网(www.chinavalue.net)总编辑。中国传播学会常务理事。著有《网络为王》、《众声喧哗》等,译有《数字化生存》、《未来是湿的》等。

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http://china.globaltimes.cn/society/2010-05/528534.html

Plan to unmask 400m Net users

 

    * Source: Global Times

    * [01:53 May 05 2010]

 

By An Baijie

 

China's 400million Internet users may soon be required to reveal their actual names beforethey log on to online forums and share their views on new films, luxury jailsor the price of pork, all in a move to make the Internet more reputable.

 

Wang Chen,director general of the State Council Information Office, said during a speechto the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC) on Fridaythat the initiative is now being implemented, the Southern Metropolis Daily said Tuesday.

 

The initiativewould benefit the healthy and orderly development of China's Internet, said thereport.

 

Wang said theauthorities will "promote the real-name registration system over theInternet positively and steadily" and will "implement the real-nameregistration in the communication sectors of cyberspace."

 

However, Wang didnot offer a timetable.

 

The office couldnot be reached for comment.

 

Currently, Webusers could post comments on websites without registering with their realnames.

 

In 2007, thegovernment asked the administrators of major news and business websites to usereal name registration and most forum comments are subjected to screening byadministrators before they are posted on the website.

 

That policy hasbeen proven effective, Wang said.

 

Wang alsosuggested the NPC, the country's top legislator, draft new laws to regulate theInternet and security, and to revise current, said the report.

 

"As long asthe Internet in our country is connected with that of the outside world,harmful information overseas will find channels and methods to appear on thedomestic websites," Wang said.

 

Hu Yong, aprofessor of media study at Peking University, told the Oriental Outlook Weekly that the public will be reluctant toaccept real-name registration if authorities exaggerate the dangers of overseaswebsites and then limit the rights of net users in China.

 

However, someother people think otherwise.

 

Lin Yongqing, thecreator of valuechina.net, a business website that requires all members toregister with their real name, said in a column in People's Daily that the real-name registration will benefit thepublic by enhancing the credibility of the whole society.

 

He said thatanonymous comments could be used as a tool to attack others, and with real-nameregistration, people will avoid using irresponsible and rude language.

 

Apart from thereal-name registration policy, the official also vowed to crack down on onlinecrimes, which netted more than 5,500 suspects last year.

 

Onlinepornography, gambling and fraud are on the list of priorities, Wang said.

 

Discuss on GTForum: Will China's real name system hurt its internet free speech?


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