On Monday, CNNIC (China Internet Network Information Center) suspended 699 .cn domain names which seemed to be inappropriately used for porn websites just in four days since they had set up a hot line to receive anonymous reports about the malicious use of domain names.
And then, the authority suspended to accept new .cn domain registration by individuals. Hereafter, .cn domain name applicants should be corporate entities and they will be requested to attach a photocopy of their company ID certificate to the application. All .cn domain names in service will be investigated and screened by the authority, and those recognized as being inappropriately used will be removed from the .cn domain database if no correction made in five days after being warned.
In time with the deployment of this new rule, CNNIC punished three domain registrars in Mainland China. NameRich (名富网) and XinNet[C] (北京新网数码信息技术有限公司) were forfeited the license to deal with .cn domain names. UNNDC[C] (郑州大煌网络发展有限公司, their website temporarily does not respond as of this writing) in ZhengZhou was ordered to suspend all domain registration services including .cn domain and other TLDs.
Via: NetEase, Tech News Section[C]
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