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Dear Clients,

The government has imposed extended legislation regarding domains and domain hosting in China.  As part of these new requirements, we will be required to keep and maintain a set of registration documents for each domain we host.

We will also need to impose a small service fee (300rmb per client for first domain, 100rmb for subsequent domains) for providing assistance with application submission, so that we can cover our costs.

We are now required to do the following for all .CN domains we administer according to Chinese Law.

  1. Take a color headshot of the contact person of the Applicant Company.This photo must be taken in our office against an official backdrop image.
  2. Provide:
    – A copy of the Certificate of Business License of Legal Entity for the applicant company or a copy of the Certificate of National Organization Code of the applicant company.

    – A copy of the Chinese Resident Identity Card of the contact person of the applicant company.

    Applicants will need to bring the originals to our office so that we can scan them in color in an acceptable format for CNNIC and MII.

  3. Have the applicant sign/ chop a registration form confirming all information is correct.
  4. Ensure that your ICP 备案 is up to date and information is correct.
  5. Verify domain content, and ICP presence on your site.

Note that no personal .CN domain registrations are currently allowed for foreigners.

We are required to submit a valid China business licence, and Chinese ID to the applicable authorities.

If this information cannot be submitted, and your domain url ends in .CN , you will lose your .CN domain..

This information has to be submitted by us to the relevant involved bureau’s (MII, CNNIC, Shanghai Telecom) before the end of October.

We appreciate that this is quite short notice, and urge you to arrange a time to come to our office to fulfil these requirements before the end of October.

We will be updating our ICP and other customer support sites shortly to take into account new requirements.

Mini FAQ

What is a .cn domain?

Any domain that ends in .cn

eg www.computersolutions.cn

www.computersolutions.com.cn

Is this applicable to .com or other domains too?

Yes.

We are required to submit and verify identification information for all domains that we host prior to November 1st.

All clients with domains will need to submit information by coming to our offices with the required information.

Where can I read more about this?

http://www.bakermckenzie.com/RRDomainNameWebsiteRegistration/
http://www.aplf.org/new-regulations-for-registering-domain-names-in-china/
(Note that requirements were extended on October 1st to be applicable for all domains, not just new registrations.)

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尊敬的客户,

中国政府发布了关于域名和域名托管的扩展规定。
根据这些最新规定,我们需要为每个托管的域名保留维持一些注册资料。
具体来说,我们需要完成以下所有事务。根据中国法律规定我们管理CN网域。
采集申请公司联系人的彩照一张,照片必须在我们公司使用正式背景图像采集。

-为申请公司提供一份公司法人的营业执照证书复印件或者提供一份申请公司的全国组织结构代码证书复印件。
– 提供一份申请公司联系人的中国居民身份证复印件一份。
-你需带上原始件,以便我们能够彩色扫描为CNNIC 和 MII格式。

申请人需签名确认所有信息的正确性。

请确保ICP备案更新及时,信息准确。
核实网站域名内容和ICP内容。
请注意目前外国客户不允许注册个人CN域名。

我们需向申请局提交合法的中国营业执照和中国居民身份证。
如果此信息不能提交,那么你将失去 CN域名。

该信息需在十月底前由我们提交给相关部门(信息产业部,互联网络信息中心,上海电信)。

我们发布这则简短通知,希望你们安排时间在十月底前来我们办公完成这些要求。

考虑到新规定,我们将会持续更新ICP和其他客户支持站点。

Mini FAQ
什么是cn域名?
任何以.cn结尾的域名
如www.computersolutions.cn
www.computersolutions.com.cn

这个对.com 或其他域名也适用吗?
适用
我们需在11月1日前提交并核实所有托管域名的确认信息。
域名客户需携带所需信息来我们办公室提交。

在哪里能获得更多信息呢?
http://www.bakermckenzie.com/RRDomainNameWebsiteRegistration/
http://www.aplf.org/new-regulations-for-registering-domain-names-in-china/
请注意10月1日新增的要求对所有域名都适用,不只是新注册域名。

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New rules are now in place that restrict applications for Chinese domain names (anything ending in .cn)

CNNIC issued new guidelines for registrars and hosting companies on January 6th / 2010.

Roughly translated, these state:

CNNIC (China’s Internet Domain Government Agency) wishes promote the standard and healthy application of .CN domain names.
CNNIC aims to coordinate with China’s review mechanism for domain name registration information and further crack down on registration of domain names with false information.

What this means in non-government-speak is that from now onward new .com.cn and .cn domains cannot be registered unless you are an officially licensed entity within China.
Existing domains can be renewed for the meantime though (pending verification of details/validity).

This has been in process since mid December, as individual registrations were the first to get blocked

Chinese domain name supervision organization China Internet Network Information Center announced that starting from 21:00 on December 14, 2009, it closed domain name registrations for individual users who are not purchasing domains on behalf of companies or organizations. Prior to this sudden announcement, China’s central television station criticized domain name registration service providers and agencies for false, inaccurate or incomplete information in the registration process.

More here on that here – http://www.chinatechnews.com/2009/12/21/11239-chinese-measures-will-regulate-website-domain-name-registrations

Entities wishing to register domain names for others will need an ICP许可证 (ICP Xu Ke Zheng).
The ICP许可证 is a commercial licence, which is different from an ICP备案 (ICP Bei An).
We will also be subject to new requirements for new domain registrations (China loves paperwork!)

The Notification about further enhancement of auditing domain name registration information

In order to further enhance the authenticity, accuracy, and integrality of the domain name registration information, now notify as following:

1. Domain name applicants need to submit the formal paper based application material when making the online application to the registrar. The application material includes the original application form with business seal, company business license (photocopy), and registrant ID (photocopy).

2. Registrar should carefully review the application material. When application is deemed qualified, registrar need to submit the application material via fax or E-mail to CNNIC, and withhold the original application material.

3. From the day of the submission of online application, if CNNIC does not receive the formal paper based application material within 5 days or the application material auditing is not qualified, the domain name to be applied will be deleted.

4. The above regulations will be executed since 9:00AM (Beijing Time), Dec 14th, 2009.

If you have any question, free to contact us at 86-10-58813000 or email to service@cnnic.cn.

Existing ICP Registrations
In addition to these new rules, all existing domain registrations are being scrutinized carefully, and all details are being verified.
As we have been quite proactive in ensuring that all clients have ICP licensing, and keeping our upstream ISP / contacts at Shanghai Telecom advised of anything information they require ahead of time, we expect that this will cause minimal disruption to our services.
If we do need to verify additional information from clients, please be prompt in forwarding them to us if we do request them, to avoid issues.

New ICP Registrations
Due to the above checks, new ICP registrations (which are required for any domain hosted in China) are taking substantially longer than the normal 2-3 days. We are currently seeing delays of up to 2 months for new license applications from the MII (Ministry of Information). We deal with the licensing bureau’s on a daily basis, and are notified quickly in case of issues, but the current checking requirements are just making everything take rather longer than is usual. We ask clients to be patient while their ICP registration is in progress. We are aware that it is not an ideal situation to have to wait for a few weeks, but we are dependent on the government issuing body, who are very very backlogged with work right now. License applications that are currently in process can be checked by clients at the government website here – http://www.miibeian.gov.cn/chaxun/ggcx.jsp.

Computer Solutions client ICP Registration site is here – http://icp.computersolutions.cn/. New clients can register a user account on our ICP site, and submit an application form from our site.

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