Controversial clause deleted from China’s new domain name rules
The Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has issued the final version of the Rules on the Administration of Internet Domain Names, which came into effect on November 1 2017. The most notable change in the new rules is the deletion of the controversial Article 37 of the draft, which provided that any domain name with a website hosted in China must be registered with a Chinese domain name registrar.
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