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China Pushes Real Name System For Online Games

July 31st, 2010 07:50 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

oxide7 writes “Starting from August 1, internet users will have to register using their real names for playing online games, China Daily reported on Saturday. The regulation, issued by the Ministry of Culture on June 22, is said to be part of a nationwide campaign to improve management of the virtual gaming industry and protect the minor from unwholesome content. It applies to all multiplayer role-playing and social networking games.”

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