China IPv6 implementation Road map. Will it be burden on current surveillance task?

A tough new cyber security law has been in placed in China on June 2017. The United States submitted document to WTO Services Council, said if China’s new rules enter into full force in their current form, as expected by the end of 2018, they could impact cross-border services supplied through a commercial presence abroad. A IP V6 road map announcement by General Office of the State Council of the PRC on 26th Nov 2017. The road map driven whole network, application and computer prioritize IPV6 connectivity.We known that RFC 4941 defining “privacy extensions for IPv6” autoconfiguration. This standard defines a mechanism where a device generates a random host address and uses that instead of the device’s MAC address. As a result it is better to avoid surveillance and tracking. The surveillance program in China has difference comparing with other country. Since monitoring network behavior or so called surveillance is the China government policy. See whether RFC 4941 will be a burden in coming future.

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  1. Wow! Thank you! I continually needed to write on my site something like that. Can I implement a fragment of your post to my website?

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