According to online anonymity guide (how to hide ip) Chinese government is taking much stricter approach to online censorship and internet control. Seems like “Great Firewall of China” just got another update :-(.
New agency, (different branches of government combined together) will now have more power to control information flow over Chinese internet. We read that,
“[…] until now, censorship and supervision over the internet, information flow and technology was divided between different branches of government it could not be always efficient. Newly created agency is supposed to be the answer to all previous inabilities and hiccups. Now, not only censorship itself will become more firm but also responses of agency to all threats presented by Chinese citizens will be much more efficient.
The office will be engaged in promoting construction of major news websites and managing government online publicity work.
It is assigned the duties to investigate and punish websites violating laws and regulations.
It will oversee telecom service providers in their efforts to improve the management of registration of domain names, distribution of IP addresses, registration of websites and Internet access.”
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