September 17, 2010 Non-U.S., Online, Surveillance
Oiwan Lam writes:
Bloggers and twitterers are discussing the implementation of real name registration in Baidu’s micro blogging platform, Baidu Shuoba. Some speculated that Baidu, the largest search engine company in China, is connected to the government ID Data base, as the verification of the Baidu Shuoba requires a complete match of the identity card’s name and number.
Read more on Global Voices Advocacy.
Thanks to Ian Geldard for this link.
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