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http://washingtontimes.com/upi-breaking/20050318-062031-1826r.htm

China tightens rules for online chat rooms

Beijing, China, Mar. 18 (UPI) -- China's most popular online chat room,
hosted by Beijing's Tsinghua University, has been closed to non-students
to limit the exchange of ideas on the Internet.

Operators of the chat room at the Shuimu Tsinghua website (www.smth.org)
posteda message saying that non-students would no longer be able to log
on, the SouthChina Morning Post reported Friday.

The university is China's foremost for science and technology, and the c
hat room has become famous for its intellectual debate and social commen
tary, as well as updates on information technology.

Its popularity is comparable to that of Beijing University chat room, wh
ich had30,000 users before it was shut in September.

New rules from the Ministry of Information Industry go into effect Sunda
y, and will hold chat room operators liable for any "objectionable conte
nt" on their sites. All Tsinghua users were required to register under t
heir true identities byTuesday of this week.

The Ministry of Education has issued a circular on strengthening "politi
cal thought" at universities, and the Communist Party's Propaganda Depar
tment has increased its monitoring of cyberspace for subversive trends,
the report said.

As a result, Weblog portals have discouraged their users from discussing
political or sensitive topics.
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