Section 6 of China's new internet law (draft)

Edit: full translation - here.


Section 6 Addendum 

Article 38: The “services provided to help internet users disseminate information to the public on the internet” referred to in these methods are services that make it possible for internet users to disseminate information, including what are commonly referred to as forums, blogs, microblogs, etc.

Article 39: Those which, prior to the implementation of these methods, are already engaged in providing services for internet users disseminate information to the public, or providing internet information search services, must obtain permits according to the regulations of these methods. Those which do not completely meet the criteria established in these methods must meet them within 6 months of the date these methods become effective; those that fail to meet the criteria within the appointed time will be banned by the Internet Information Content Management Department.

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