China sets technical standards for its ISPs

CHINA'S Internet management agency has moved to better regulate companies that provide website search services and ensure they meet basic technical standards. 

The regulation, which was issued by the China Internet Network Information Centre (CINIC), aims to provide technical guidance for Internet companies in China collecting and storing website names in data banks. 

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