INTERNATIONAL_ On January 6, the Cyberspace Administration of China issued a notice requesting public comment on the management of mobile Internet services.
According to the draft, application providers must strictly comply with registration requirements and log in with real names to the accounts of underage users and must not provide underage users with products. products and services that can be addictive for children.
The draft also proposes that applications that provide users with services such as information release and instant messaging must verify the real identity information of registered users based on mobile phone numbers, ID numbers, etc. or official social credit code.
For registered users who violate relevant laws, regulations and service agreements, the application provider will issue warnings, restrict functionality, close accounts and take remedial measures. otherwise required by law and keep records of actions taken and report to relevant departments.
The processing of an applicant’s personal information should be carried out with a clear and reasonable purpose and appropriate disclosure rules. Applications will not force their users to consent to any unnecessary personal information for any reason and will not refuse to provide users with basic services if the user does not consent. provide unnecessary personal information.
It can be said that China is increasingly tightening the network management problem, mobile content makes access to a lot less, despite this affecting the development of businesses and the economy. Mainland game studios are suffering when the licensing of game releases has been delayed for 5 months.