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China Forces Real Name Use on Sina Weibo

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Published on Mar 14, 2012

(LinkAsia: 3/9/12) Zero hour rapidly approaches for users of Chinese microblogs to add their real name and state ID number to their accounts. Many say this policy allows the government to hold them legally responsible for what they say online, including political critiques, and will signal the end of internet anonymity. Contributor Charlie Custer reports from Beijing.

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