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China city tightens Internet control after protest

A Chinese city planned to censor online chatroom exchanges and ban anonymous postings after residents used the Internet to organise a mass protest against a chemical plant, Chinese media reported on Friday. Under a new city regulation, online users would have to use their real names when posting messages on more than 100,000 Web sites registered in Xiamen, a port city in southeastern coastal Fujian province, the Beijing Youth Daily said. Full Story

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