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Net Neutrality

Culling the Fake Name Herd… Chinese Companies Comply with “Real Name” Requirements.

***Blog Post Update:*** Back on February 5th, 2015 a blog spot was posted about coming changes in China that require any registered Internet account used in China to use a real name when posting and or communicating. This scenario goes into a requirement status on March 1, 2015. It seems that the government is rather serious regarding the matter and companies are clamoring to comply. Some Ch...
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“TBT” to a Different and Nicer Time or Big Brother is Watching?

Wednesday, February 4th was one odd day for Cyber news. On one hand we had the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which is sanctioned the U.S. Congress and a part of the Executive branch, present its stand on net neutrality. On the other, China comes out and begins a crack down of sorts on the Internet and is enforcing a requirement of real name registration. It is the latter that we will focus ...
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