Irkutsk
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Chita
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Vladivostok
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Moscow

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To upload a video to a website in China, you need a passport

To register on online video hosting, Internet users in China from January 20 must send a copy of their passport to the site administration. Only in this way, in the opinion of the Chinese authorities, it is possible to prevent the spread of "video content dangerous to society" in the virtual environment. This term refers to recordings containing scenes of cruelty and violence, including sexual violence.

Meanwhile, the law applies only to video hosting sites registered in China, while identification will not be required to upload videos to other sites. At the same time, the world's largest video hosting YouTube is blocked in China.

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