En Chine ça commence…
China ‘beefs up’ social media rules by forcing people to use real-name registration | South China Morning Post
forcing people to register with their real names if they want to use the mainland’s most popular Twitter-like service, Sina Weibo, internet forums, and other websites.
The nation’s Cyberspace Administration did not reveal details about how the plan would be carried out in today’s announcement. (...)
The real-name protocol means that even if a user is able to choose an internet nickname, he or she would need to register their real names with the website administrator.
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Facebook Changes Real-Name Policy After Uproar From Drag Queens - WSJ
Mr. Cox said in his post that the drag-queen controversy can be traced to a single Facebook user who reported several hundred drag queens to Facebook, claiming the accounts were fake. Mr. Cox said 99% of accounts flagged in that way by other users are “bad actors doing bad things: impersonation, bullying, trolling, domestic violence, scams, hate speech and more.”