Chongqing police want real ID on and off Internet

Chongqing police will work out a real-name Internet monitoring system that will locate netizens’ true personal identifications, whether they are using Messenger-style chat rooms or Twitter-style blogs, a municipal official said to local evening newspaper Thursday. (3 days ago)

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3 Responses to “Chongqing police want real ID on and off Internet”

  1. Following the effort of Chongqing police departments effort to crack down robbery and burglary in China, a proposal for real ID on and off Internet is being studied.
    Their goal is to work out a real-name Internet monitoring system. This will locate netizens’ true personal identifications regardless of the username they use over the internet.

  2. RitaG says:

    Chongqing is a large city in central-western China with a population of over 30 million people.

    Chongqing is primarily known for its military bases which specialize in weapons research. The Chongqing has diversified into auto manufacturing with leading production facilities for motorcycles.

  3. RitaG says:

    Gangsterism as evidenced by the organized crime and corruption crackdowns has been a problem for the Chongqing government. In 2009, the Chinese government’s Bo Xilai undertook a massive crackdown, arresting 4,893 suspected gangsters, ‘outlaws’ and corrupt cadres.