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MIIT Releases Real-Name Network Access Regulations

Sina Tech, 7/22/13

China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has released real-name registration regulations requiring that new fixed-line and mobile users (including internet data card users) provide real-name identification when signing up for such services, starting from September 1.

The new regulations also require that telecom operators conduct once yearly internal reviews of customer real-name registration data and customer personal information protection. If found not in compliance with real-name registration regulations, or uncooperative with inspections by telecom supervisory agencies, telecom operators face penalties ranging from RMB 10,000 to RMB 30,000 per offense.

Editor's Note: For more background on this topic, please see "MIIT to Step Up Telecom Real-Name Registration Efforts" MD 4/24/13 issue and "MIIT Proposes Real-Name Telecom Access Guidelines" MD 4/11/13 issue.

Keywords: wireless fixed-line Internet telecom MIIT data card regulation real name system wireless


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