To To Article 24 of the “Network Security Law of the People’s Republic of China” stipulates that “network operators provide users with network access, domain name registration services, access procedures for fixed phones, mobile phones, etc., or provide users with information release, instant messaging, etc. For services, when signing agreements with users or confirming the provision of services, users should be required to provide their true identity information. If users do not provide true identity information, network operators shall not provide relevant services for them." The Regulations on the Administration of Internet Post Comment Services stipulate that websites must not provide post comment services to users who have not authenticated their real names, and that user comments on news information should be reviewed and then released! Why do many people blame websites for real-name registration? What does it have to do with the website? This is a legal requirement! Can the domestic website not let users real-name it survive? <br>
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Netizens reply: To To What cats and dogs want to hold in high-definition handheld can be directly authorized by Alipay, still have to hold it intently..
Netizens reply: To To The real name is fine, but the IDC of various pheasants is uncomfortable for people to hold.
Netizens reply: To To There are a lot of laws. Every website uses real-name opportunities to collect users' personal information. Some use users' personal information to buy and sell information. The state governs and promulgates laws, but no one protects user information.
Netizens reply: To To The poster is not sitting right. The poster asks if it has been leaked to privacy by various pheasant websites after real names
Netizen reply: To To Are you not reviewing questions? Take Bt as an example. Which of the real-name conditions required by zf is related to bt? Is using a product related to anything else?
Netizens reply: To To This law was only implemented in 2017, so you know what it is for
Netizens reply: To To Quote: maro666 published on 2020-9-2309:22 This law was only implemented in 2017 so
Netizens reply: To To He has his difficulties. . . . . It does not affect our dislike of the real-name system
Netizens reply: To To Quote: HoRain published on 2020-9-2309:25 What cats and dogs want to hold in high-definition handheld can be directly authorized by Alipay, still have to hold it intently...
Netizen reply: To To Quote: xuh published on 2020-9-2309:28 The most disgusting thing is to hold it in the hand
Netizen reply: To To So who do you want to blame? After a while, there will be faces all over the place + handheld + original voice - Still what the pheasant wants
Netizen reply: To To There are a lot of laws. Every website uses real-name opportunities to collect users' personal information. Some use users' personal information to buy and sell information. The state governs and promulgates laws, but no one protects user information.
Netizens reply: To To The poster is not sitting right. The poster asks if it has been leaked to privacy by various pheasant websites after real names
Netizen reply: To To Quote: Mu Muzi published on 2020-9-2309:57 The poster is not sitting right. The poster asks if it has been leaked to privacy by various pheasant websites after real names...
Netizens reply: To To This rule really is. . . It's not very human. I believe that personal webmasters will use domestic hosts less and less. Even if you are certified under your real name, you may not be able to finish the new regulations one day. It’s better to worry about overseas servers. But relatively speaking a lot better
Netizen reply: To To Are you not reviewing questions? Take Bt as an example. Which of the real-name conditions required by zf is related to bt? Is using a product related to anything else?
Netizens reply: To To What is a "strange website"? First, what is meant by "website", Does "website" refer to panels such as pagoda panels? Which of the laws you cited stipulates that pagoda users must have real names? The pagoda is not a network operator. Now the pagoda does not allow users to use real names, so it is natural to blame it. Does "website" refer to the idc that sells hosts? Do you think anyone blames Alibaba Cloud, Tencent Cloud has its real name? The strange thing is the real-name policy of the small idc. I go to this small idc to buy a machine, one is cheap, and the other is convenient. I didn’t get my IDC certificate, so I was impatient to let the user real-name, and the Alipay real-name interface was not used, and I had to hold it. Isn’t this kind of acting and standing up annoying?

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