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Chinese domain market report : China’s new cybersecurity law is bad news

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Domain sales Made in China.

Domain sales Made in China.

China operates on the principle of “Communist Capitalism” – an amalgam of progressive regulations on trade, with a large dosage of government control.

The Communist government of China has now passed a new law on cybersecurity, and this is really bad news.

For starters, the Chinese will have to register their real names when using the Internet.

Zài jiàn (goodbye) to privacy.

Companies operating in China, even foreign ones, will be forced to store data locally, an easy way for China’s government to snoop into, or do as it pleases.

Internet users in China are now legally banned from “overthrowing the socialist system.” Additionally, the “spreading of false information to disturb economic order,” or to damage national unity are all listed as crimes.

Quite often, China puts to jail journalists, for truthfully reporting on the nation’s slowing economy.

Naturally, it’s business as usual in the domain world, with Chinese domain sales being touted as the ultimate goldmine, even by Western domain brokers eager to keep their middleman role active.

Alas, sales have slowed substantially from their peak of last December; that’s the reason we don’t report on China daily any more.

Regardless, every few days, you will read about which short domains, between 2 to 4 characters in length, changed hands in China. We focus on the .CN, .COM and .NET TLDs.

Here is today’s domain list, spanning November 15th to November 20th.

883.cn
kwy.cn
bwgn.cn
bwqk.cn
cgz.com
cltf.cn
dhcs.cn
fhj.com
ghdc.cn
gjn.com
gnl.com
gsqf.cn
gsth.cn
gyz.com
gzkc.cn
gzz.com
hlz.com
hnx.com
hwz.com
hxn.com
hyl.com
hyz.com
hzz.com
jhjd.cn
jzg.com
ksns.cn
lnj.com
lqgq.cn
qhft.cn
qszh.cn
scbr.cn
sphf.cn
szn.com
tszj.cn
tyln.cn
vcb.com
xkgs.cn
xwl.com
ywgl.cn
0411.com
9900.com
bjzc.com
bqnw.com
byfr.com
ccjf.com
cffr.com
cmqb.com
ctpp.com
cxzn.com
dmyy.com
dzqs.com
fcsx.com
fdsw.com
fqkw.com
fqsw.com
gclz.com
gjrg.com
gkfz.com
gqlf.com
gqnw.com
gqrs.com
hhct.com
hjhg.com
hxcw.com
jnbp.com
jnnf.com
jpmn.com
jrrf.com
jtwd.com
kxdn.com
lcqn.com
lhxg.com
lkdr.com
lkjq.com
lksj.com
lpqm.com
lqzd.com
lsqw.com
lxtt.com
mjgq.com
mlym.com
mqkw.com
mqww.com
nbyk.com
nfrp.com
nkjp.com
nkwq.com
nkxp.com
nmcw.com
npwk.com
nqdd.com
nxbd.com
nxmk.com
nxnb.com
nxqr.com
pbnr.com
plnw.com
qchz.com
qddz.com
qlpg.com
qtbf.com
qtbx.com
qtpk.com
rdyb.com
rlmz.com
rmql.com
rpjn.com
rtgz.com
rtkp.com
rtzw.com
rwhh.com
sjnf.com
stmz.com
swpd.com
tfwn.com
ttfw.com
twnd.com
wcyr.com
wdsr.com
wjzh.com
wmqr.com
wnbj.com
wpcq.com
wrfj.com
wynf.com
xhpl.com
xmch.com
xqqk.com
yllj.com
ylrg.com
ynnq.com
yplj.com
yqpy.com
yrhk.com
yszr.com
zldr.com
zqmj.com
zxnm.com
zycn.com
zzjw.com

 


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One Response to “Chinese domain market report : China’s new cybersecurity law is bad news”
  1. Eric Lyon says:

    It’s only a matter of time until China closes the golden gate to the domaining world as well.

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