DELIVER YOUR CONTENT ACROSS MULTIPLE PLATFORMS
As most people understand, China is a market that has unique regulations for the internet. Laws regulating online content carry severe penalties that require compliance by both domestic and international entities.
Internet Content Provider (ICP) Beian refers to a regulation put forth by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) in the People's Republic of China that requires China-based website operators to register with the applicable Chinese governmental agency. The stated purpose of the Beian licensing is to prevent web activities that contravene Chinese laws. For companies that want to maximize their website in China, working with a CDN that hosts within China is by far the only viable solution. If you wish to deliver content within China, including information about goods and services, it is important to understand that content is regulated. The consequences of violating regulations are also important to understand as it has the potential to impact your business negatively. Without a proper license or partnership with a Chinese counterpart, your website can be shut down without any prior warning.
As the leading provider of content delivery network services in China, ChinaCache is a trusted and licensed operator by the Chinese government. The MIIT trusts ChinaCache to exercise good judgment and work with clients to obtain appropriate licenses, conditions permitting.
For more detailed information about ICP "Beian" Licensing and how ChinaCache helps ensure your website's compliance, please check out the white paper below.