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Studio interview: Obstacles to internet regulation

06-23-2010 08:31 BJT

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For more insight into the issue, we are joined in studio by our current affairs commentator Fu Jun.

1. Professor Fu. There's been a call for better regulation of online shopping. But this is not a market that can be easily supervised or regulated like the real economy. What are the major obstacles?

2. China, like many countries, realizes the threat from Internet criminals, including cheating online consumers. China has released a new Internet trading rule recently requiring e-retailer applicants to provide personal information, including their real names and address. In your view, how can the government balance Internet security while protecting people's privacy?

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