China to Require Real-Name Registration on Public Instant Messaging Accounts

In order to “build a clean cyberspace,” the Chinese government will require real-name registration for public instant messaging accounts that wish to publish or reprint political information. Here are the feelings of the Chinese people.

“We must be able to hold those that tell the truth accountable for their actions.”
“This is quite a roundabout way to find out who runs Free Tibet’s WeChat account.”
“Okay, but only if you promise not to use that information to track me down.”

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