Chinese authorities once again increase Internet censorship in the Middle Kingdom. This time an anonymous comment was made on the forums and in the social media. Now all the statements will have to be signed with a name.
According to the new rules introduced by the Cyberspace Administration of China, users who do not provide their identifying data will lose the ability to publish anything online. Website administrators must keep all user data and verify that no one is using false data. So far, such regulations only concerned the largest Chinese platforms such as WeChat and Weibo.
Despite China's censorship of the Internet , online forums have so far allowed quite a free discussion without the need for real data. Now it is about to change, because the Chinese authorities are clearly keen on gaining total control over what citizens can do online. Recall that recently the authorities have decided to completely block the VPN operation . It is important to observe the conduct and operation of the Chinese government. You never know which country will decide to take an example from it.