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Spam-linked Chinese Domain Registrar Caught in Porn Cleanup

Owen Fletcher of IDG News Service reports: "A Chinese domain registrar long criticized for serving malicious domains promised stricter oversight on Tuesday after being censured in a government crackdown on Internet porn. China's own domain registry regulator last week became the latest source to criticize Xinnet.com, a Beijing-based registrar, as the agency stepped up efforts to stop false user information from being used to register new domains."

Read full story: PC World

Related topics: Censorship, Cybercrime, Domain Names, ICANN, Law, Policy & Regulation, Privacy, Security, Spam, Whois

 
   
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