Cyberspace Administration of China published draft regulations on Friday for public consultation until November 2Latest regulations come after activist posted letter alleging cover-up of sexual harassment on a blockchain, which cannot be erased or changed
RT @pingroma: JUST IN: China's top internet censor pubbed the finalized rules requiring blockchain-based information platforms to register users using real names & censor postings - w/ effective from Feb. 15. No major changes from the draft in Oct we covered https://t.co/E32qnvz8kM
The clash of blockchain with China's censorship apparatus is going to be monumental. They managed to censor internet "successfully", but censoring public blockchains is impossible. https://t.co/nz2h0f1hFE
Welcome to China, where you literally have a facial recognition camera on every street corner, and a social rating system based on your "behavior" Wonder how long before you have to install mandatory spyware on your phone. Oh wait, they already did that too... https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/07/24/china_installing_mobile_spyware/
China is really raising their game when it comes to AI and technology, but there's a problem to this because it's prone to hacking, which could lead to identity theft. Besides, who's to say that the government won't use this blockchain-based technology to control their people and watch over them? This is bad news, I tell you!