So, here is a new app called Pinco品酷, for you to show off branded goods that you owned and share it with others. This app taps perfectly into the mindset of many middle-class Chinese. Imagine the social and peer pressure if you live in such circle!
Since after the Real Name Registration Policy, the Chinese government has launched a full-force campaign on online rumours and defamation. The Party now seems to have a very ambiguous and stringent punishment standard for companies that are profiting from spamming, defamation and all.
Here is the link: http://www.17pr.com/?action-viewnews-itemid-130316
The PRC Govt recently launched the “Network Public Sentiment Test”, it is a certificate issued to someone who gained training in monitoring public opinions. Some private Internet companies team up with NPST to provide training and examination and also there are series of training workshops are going on in different cities in China.
This blog is just one of the many desperate attempts to start a blog. Eight years ago, I maintained a blog on MSN but it was too late when I realized that MSN.cn blog service was shut down so I have lost all my childhood memory (Let’s don’t get started on the topic of the ability to forget everything on the Internet, especially on Gmail). The reason to start this blog is simple. I am interested in myriad aspects of the Chinese Internet and recently there are just so many changes happening on the Internet in China. So I will utilize this space as a place where I will be archiving the interesting policy/ regulatory changes on Chinese Internet regulation and will be soon posting my humble opinions (hopefully, but also need to graduate on-time).
So, off to a good start!