100,000 users per day
January 10th, 2007

This AsiaMedia article reports from Korea that “the internet real-name system, designed to prevent cyber crimes such as libel and privacy infringement, will be applied to Web portals and websites of public organizations with over 100,000 visitors per day.The system will require Web users to identify themselves with their real names when posting entries and commenting on others’ articles, the government said yesterday.A revision bill of “the law on promotion of information and communications network and protection of information,” was passed by the National Assembly on Dec. 22. The bill will be promulgated this month, the Ministry of Information and Communication said.Under the bill, information and communications service providers that have more than 100,000 users per day should check the names on the postings and comments of their websites”.

Korea:Busy websites need real name registration

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