Aug 052015
 August 5, 2015  Posted by  Non-U.S.

From the submission:

Human Rights Watch has examined the draftlaw in detail and urges the Chinese government to substantially revise it to scrap provisions that require Internet companies to practice censorship, register users’ real names, localize data, and aid government surveillance.
The Chinese government’s pervasive use of censorship and broad surveillance is well-documented. The draft law, which further institutionalizes and strengthens these practices, will limit healthy debates in society as well as exchanges important for technological, scientific, and other social advancements.

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