What are the restrictions on registering a domain name?

The domain name you register and use must not contain the following:

1. Oppose the basic principles established by the Constitution;

2. Endangering national security, revealing state secrets, subverting state power, and undermining national unity;

3. Damage to national honors and interests;

4. Inciting national hatred, ethnic discrimination, and undermining national unity;

5. Destroy the state's religious policies and promote cults and feudal superstitions;

6. Dissemination of rumors, disrupting social order and undermining social stability;

7. Spreading obscenity, pornography, gambling, violence, murder, terror or abetment;

8. Insulting or slandering others and infringing upon the lawful rights and interests of others;

9. Contain other content prohibited by laws and administrative regulations.  

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