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Originally posted by liangzai at 2006-3-7 18:53
If she was 18, it would be her choice, but at 16, no. :)
But then again, I am not complaining that these hints are suggested, this is good. I am just asking how this is consonant with the C ...
First of all, let's appreciate 3bowls' effort made for the guidance to the young formurites, especially the females to protect them from harm/hurt. We have seen some "ads" here seducing the females, don't we?
I don't see any of his post with any hint to any consonant with the Chinese authorities' suggestion of identity mandatory in registering on the mobile phones or BBS.
--- Don't tell me I am "brainstormed" or "brainwashed" only because of I am a Chinese, which is the easiest way to shunt off the topic. I have experienced enough here for the fact that some of the "foreign" debaters using the rude, sharp even dirty languages to the Chinese while they use much more "mild" languages to debate with non-Chinese. That is why I hate this forum, I really hate this forum. Let's go back to the topic.
For the identity mandatory in registering the mobile phones, I don't want to debate, because a) I personally share the same opinion with you and hold objection to this suggestion/requirement, and 2) China is not the only country that want to practise this regulation, some other countries have already practised such kind of regulations, say, Korea, Thailand, Japan, Australia, Singapore, and South Africa. The USA, UK, Singapore requires the mobile phone users to register when they DON NOT want to receive junk/spam messages, which can interpret as another way of identity mandatory.
For the QQ issue, as I know, it is suggested that the new "group" (qun 群）initiator shall register under true name. I don't know if they have managed to do this or not.
For the university BBS', I heard of this kind of requirement but strange enough that I have registered in some univ bbs without being asked for the true name, true address or my passport or ID card no. I am also wondering how can they manage to do this.
Actually, there is no true anonymity in the internet. Singapore has not taken any national census for so many year, one of the reason given is that the gov't can get a relative accurate stats for the population from the numbers of the IP's!
In the USA, you can even trace up one's physical address from his IP address, with an accuricy of the street numbers due to the richest IP resources they have. And US gov't is persuading/pressing Google to surrender the searching record in the name of tracing of child abuse crimes.
Netizens as we are, the only way to protect our privacy/anonymity to the utmost extent is to take 3bowls' advice when we are surfing on the internet.