Linkedin China enforces real name verification

Linkedin China enforces real name verification

Linkedin China has informed all users of the platform that they will be required to comply with new measures requiring real-name registration. On August 25, 2017, internet regulator Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) announced that unidentified users of all online communities would not be permitted to post content or comment. The regulation is part of the country’s much-discussed Network Security Law, which serves as a…

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