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Topic - Beiyang Government
Beijing authorities on Friday ordered Internet microblogs to require users to register with their real names, a tightening of rules aimed at controlling China's rapidly growing social networks.
Not even the elite of China's Communist Party can avoid the regime's tight-fisted edicts - or resist seeking redress with an old-fashioned lawsuit.