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Tele interview: How to ensure Internet security?

01-13-2012 08:10 BJT

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For more internet security, we are joined on the phone by Mr. Liu Ruisheng. He is an associate researcher at the Institute of Journalism and Communication from the Chinese Academy of Social Science.

Q1: The government has proposed real-name registration on microblogs to help fight internet crime. Can you tell us exactly how this will help create a safer online environment? What else do you think could be done?

Q2: There are still some doubts about real-name registration, especially in regards to privacy. What do you think should be done to address this issue of security versus privacy?


Editor:Zhang Dan |Source: CNTV.CN

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