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do read China to regulate Internet Email Services
From: David Farber <dave () farber net>
Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2006 09:09:23 -0400



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From: James Seng <james () seng sg>
Date: April 10, 2006 6:03:53 AM EDT
To: dave () farber net
Subject: Fwd: China to regulate Internet Email Services

For IPers.

Please note these text

"On these regards, in order to regulate Internet Email Services and safeguard the legal rights of the end users, Ministry of Information Industry (MII) of P. R. China enacted the first national anti-Spam regulation on March 30th, 2006, which is hereby formulated in accordance with related national laws on telecommunications and Internet.

...

According to the Regulation, any organization or individual is not allowed to provide Internet Email Services within the territory of the P. R. China if it does not receive the License for value-added telecommunication services, or not fulfill the registration procedures for non-profit Internet information services. "

The original chinese text is this

第四条 提供互联网电子邮件服务,应当事先取得增 值电信业务经营许可或者依法履行非经营性互联网信 息服务备案手续。   未取得增值电信业务经营许可或者未履行非经营 性互联网信息服务备案手续,任何组织或者个人不得 在中华人民共和国境内开展互联网电子邮件服务

and is consistent with the english interpretion

-James Seng

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