#140 Will Chinese give up their privacy online? 中国网民准备好实名制了吗

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最近,很多中国人在网上因为一个话题吵架,那就是网络实名制好不好?实名,意思是用自己的真名。制,意思是制度。网络实名制,意思是在网络上用自己的真名。中国政府要开始网络实名制了吗?为什么要开始网络实名制呢?中国人准备好了吗?今天,我们一起来聊一聊吧。

最近,在中国的社交媒体微博,有这样的新闻:很快,微博上有一百万粉丝的用户就要在他们的微博介绍上公开他们的真名和职业。慢慢地,有五十万粉丝的用户也要公开他们的真名和职业。这些在网上有很多粉丝的用户,我们叫他们“网络大V”。他们在网上很有影响力。为什么这些网络大V要公开他们的真名和职业呢?新闻说,这是因为有时候,这些网络大V会造谣。造谣,意思是说一些假话,给别人带来很坏的影响。因为这些网络大V影响力很大,如果他们造谣,他们带来的影响会更坏。所以,要开始网络实名制,这样,网络大V们就不会造谣了。

看到这个新闻以后,大家都吓了一跳,很多人反对网络实名制。有些人说:“政府官员的财产不公开,但是老百姓的真名和职业要公开,真是笑死人了。”有些人说:“网络实名制以后,我们还有隐私吗?”微博的CEO说:“只有网络大V们需要公开真名和职业,最多到五十万粉丝的大V,普通人不用担心。”但是,也有人说:“这是温水煮青蛙。”温水煮青蛙,意思是把青蛙放在温水里煮,青蛙不会担心,但是慢慢地,水越来越热,青蛙就会死。有人说“这是温水煮青蛙”,意思是虽然现在只是一些人要开始网络实名,但是以后会有越来越多人要网络实名,最后每一个人都要网络实名,但那时候,就太晚了。还有些人说:“如果网络实名,那么网络暴力就更简单了。”

也有一些人赞同网络实名制。他们说:“这是一个好事。现在,很多人造谣,为了蹭热点。网络实名以后,他们就不会这样做了。”蹭热点是什么意思呢?网上突然有一个热点,很多人都在看。如果有一些人跟着这个热点,发很多相关的事情,为了得到人们的关注,这就叫蹭热点。比如,今天MaoMi Chinese发的播客就是蹭热点,蹭了网络实名制的热点。蹭热点不一定是坏事,但是有些人为了蹭热点而造谣,就是很坏的事。也因为这样,一些人觉得网络实名制是一个好事。

中国人准备好网络实名制了吗?我认为没有,而且大部分人都很不赞同网络实名制。很多人说:“如果我要在微博公开我的真名和职业,那我就马上删除我的微博账号,再也不用微博了。”大部分人都认为隐私更重要。

你怎么看网络实名制?欢迎给我们留言,分享你的看法!

Hello everyone! Welcome back to MaoMi Chinese!

Recently, Many Chinese have been arguing online about a topic: Is real-name registration on the internet a good idea? Real-name means using one’s actual name, and registration means a system. Internet real-name registration means using one’s actual name online. Is the Chinese government planning to implement internet real-name registration? Why do they want to do it, and are the Chinese people ready for it? Today, let’s discuss it together.

Recently, on China’s social media platform Weibo, there has been news that soon, users with one million followers on their Weibo accounts will have to publicly disclose their real names and professions in their profiles. Gradually, users with half a million followers will also need to disclose their real names and professions. These users with a large following online are often called “internet celebrities” or “online influencers.” They have significant influence on the internet. Why do these internet celebrities have to reveal their real names and professions? The news says it’s because sometimes these internet celebrities spread rumors. Spreading rumors means sharing false information that can have a negative impact on others. Given their large influence, if they spread false information, the consequences can be even worse. So, implementing internet real-name registration is meant to prevent these internet celebrities from spreading rumors.

Upon seeing this news, many people were surprised, and a lot of them are against internet real-name registration. Some people say, “Government officials don’t disclose their assets, but regular people have to disclose their real names and professions; it’s ridiculous.” Some ask, “Will we have any privacy left after internet real-name registration?” The CEO of Sina Weibo said, “Only internet celebrities need to disclose their real names and professions, up to those with half a million followers. Regular people don’t need to worry.” However, some argue, “This is like boiling a frog in warm water.” Boiling a frog in warm water means putting a frog in warm water, and the frog doesn’t worry at first. But as the water gradually gets hotter, the frog eventually dies. Some people say, “This is boiling a frog in warm water,” meaning that although currently only some people are required to register with their real names, more and more people will be required to do so in the future, and it will be too late by then. Some also say, “If there is internet real-name registration, online violence will become easier.”

There are also people who support internet real-name registration. They say, “This is a good thing. Right now, many people spread rumors to chase after trends. After internet real-name registration, they won’t do it anymore.” What does chasing after trends mean? If something suddenly becomes popular online, many people start paying attention to it. If some people follow this trend and post a lot of related content to gain people’s attention, that’s called chasing after trends. For example, today’s MaoMi Chinese podcast is chasing after the trend of internet real-name registration. Chasing after trends is not necessarily a bad thing, but some people spread rumors to chase after trends, which is harmful. Because of this, some people believe that internet real-name registration is a good thing.

Are Chinese people ready for internet real-name registration? I believe they are not, and most people are strongly against it. Many say, “If I have to publicly disclose my real name and profession on Weibo, I will immediately delete my Weibo account and never use it again.” Most people consider their privacy to be more important.

What are your thoughts on internet real-name registration? Feel free to leave us a message and share your opinion!

9 thoughts on “#140 Will Chinese give up their privacy online? 中国网民准备好实名制了吗”

  1. 莫莫老师,希望你可以做一个跟锻炼有关系词语的博客,还有关于厨房里的,做饭有关系词语的,然后关于虚拟货币和trading有关系的播客

  2. 莫莫老师,希望你可以做一个跟锻炼有关系词语的博客,还有关于厨房里的,做饭有关系词语的,然后关于虚拟货币和trading有关系的播客,对了,还有关于做生意,商业,发航运,海运有关的博客

  3. 我很喜欢maomichinese. 我感谢你!在中国,例如在报纸,一个作家必须公开他的实名吗?我可以在网络接受一样的规则。

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