Ministry of Information Industry Notification concerning the Issuance of the “Detailed Rules on Internet Site Management Work”

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XBD No [2005]501

25 October 2005

All provincial, autonomous region and municipal telecommunications management bureaus, all Internet access service providers, all Internet information service providers, all IP address filing work units, all domain name registration service organs:

In order to realistically strengthen Internet site management work, standardize and detail Internet sector management work flows, stimulate the healthy, coordinated and sustainable development of our country’s Internet, and on the basis of relevant State laws, our Ministry has formulated the “Detailed Rules on Internet Site Management Work”, which are hereby promulgated. Please obey and implement them. Please timely report problems encountered during implementation back to our Ministry’s Telecommunications Management Bureau.

Ministry of Information Industry of the People’s Republic of China

25 October 2005

Detailed Rules on Internet Site Management Work

Chapter I: General provisions

Article 1: In order to realistically strengthen Internet site management work, establish long-lasting mechanisms for Internet site management work, standardize and detail internal management workflows for the Internet sector, incessantly raise the completeness and accuracy of basic information databases of Internet information service providers (ICPs), Internet IP addresses, Internet domain name and other such websites, and on the basis of the relevant provisions of the “Internet Information Service Management Regulations”, the “Chinese Internet Domain Name Management Rules”, the “Non-Commercial Internet Information Service Management Rules” and the “Internet IP Address Filing Management Rules”, these Detailed Rules are formulated.

Article 2: Internet site management work persists in the principle of localized management. According to the requirements that “who operates is responsible” and “who accesses is responsible”, relevant technological measures should supplement each other, ensuring the mutual integration of government management, sector self-discipline and social supervision.

Article 3: State and Ministry of Information Industry regulations concerning secrecy preservation shall be strictly obeyed when using or publishing data concerning Internet site management.

Article 4: The subjects that these Detailed Rules involve include: the Ministry of Information Industry, provincial (autonomous region, municipal) telecommunications management bureaus (hereafter simply named “provincial telecommunications management bureaus”), Internet access service providers (hereafter simply named “access providers”), Internet information service providers (hereafter simply named “website operators”), IP address filing work units, domain name registration management organs, domain name registration service organs, etc.

Access providers is the general designation for Internet access service business operators, Internet data centre business operators as well as telecommunications business operators that provide access services to websites through other means.

IP Address filing work units refers to work units that have obtained IP addresses directly from the Asia-Pacific Internet Information Centre and other international organs that have IP address management powers, and work units that allocate IP addresses to other work units or individuals for use.

Chapter II: Duties and responsibilities of corresponding subjects

Article 5: The Ministry of Information Industry carries out supervision, guidance and coordination if ICPs, IP addresses and domain name filing management work and related work nationwide.

(1) Formulating corresponding management regulations on the basis of the needs of Internet site management work.

(2) Guiding, inspecting and supervising telecommunications management bureaus in launching Internet site management work.

(3) Understanding and grasping issues and situations occurring in filing and management work, organizing research and resolution.

(4) Organizing and launching the optimization and perfection of the “Ministry of Information Industry ICP, IP Address and Domain Name Information Filing Management System” (hereafter simply named “Filing and Management System”), and other such work.

(5) Being responsible for entering, supervising and verifying cross-regional commercial Internet information service providers’ IP filing information.

(6) Conducting professional guidance, supervision and inspection of the filing work by domain name registration service organs and corresponding IP address filing work units.

(7) Regularly reporting the situation of filing work progress and timely reporting situations related to websites who have not filed, or of whom the filed information is inaccurate, and other such matters in information filing.

(8) Coordinating ministry-level preliminary examination and approval departments, special content controlling departments, public interest-type Internet site controlling departments and other such corresponding departments in launching Internet site management work.

Article 6: Provincial telecommunications management bureaus are concretely responsible for the management of ICP and IP address information filing in their administrative areas, for investigating and prosecuting websites violating laws and regulations, supervising and managing Internet access service markets, conducting annual examination of websites, and other such work.

(1) Conducting daily examination and verification work of ICP filing information according to the law.

(2) Guiding and supervising the ICP and IP address information filing work of access providers, website operators and IP address filing work units in their administrative areas; strengthening daily work supervision and inspection of their institutional construction, organic structure, database system construction, etc.

(3) Adopting many kinds of methods to realistically strengthen supervision and management of the Internet access service market according to the law, bringing the management situation of access providers concerning websites into the annual examination for the commercial permit, sector style appraisal and other such evaluation work.

(4) Performing investigation and prosecution work of acts violating laws and regulations by access providers, IP address filing work units, website operators, etc., according to the law.

(5) Being responsible for the annual examination work of Internet sites in their administrative areas.

(6) Being responsible for entering, examining and verifying ICP filing information of commercial Internet information service providers in their administrative areas.

(7) Coordinating with preliminary examination and approval departments, special content controlling departments, etc., in their administrative area, in deploying management work of Internet sites.

(8) Vigorously supporting and guiding the Internet Association, the Telecommunications Enterprises Association and other such organizations in cooperating with website management work.

(9) Establishing and completing social supervision channels, publishing reporting telephone (fax) numbers, e-mail boxes and other such reporting methods, broadly listening to and earnestly investigating and prosecuting reports by all walks of society of acts violating laws and regulations by websites providing unauthorized Internet information systems without having filed or filing incorrect information, of access providers providing access services in violation of regulations, etc.

Article 7: Access providers are the subjects that provide Internet access services to website operators. Access providers shall, according to the requirements of “who operates is responsible”, and “who accesses is responsible”, realistically strengthen internal management and management over the Internet sited to which they provide access.

(1) Establishing special posts and special positions, to be responsible for website filing, standardizing websites activities and corresponding management work, a name list of the special posts and special positions is to be reported to the provincial telecommunications management bureau for filing. Where personnel transfers occur, work handover must be timely arranged, a post-transfer personnel name list must be timely reported to the provincial telecommunications management bureau for filing.

(2) Formulating and perfecting access service workflows according to the requirement of “access after filing”, establishing and completing advance examination systems for filing information on behalf of users, real-time supervision system for users’ activities, coordinated ex post investigation and prosecution systems for websites violating laws and regulations, network and information security responsibility systems and other such work systems.

(3) They shall record the filing information of website organs, conduct dynamic examination and verification of filing information of website operators, and guarantee the accuracy and truthfulness of filing information.

(4) Access providers must refuse to provide access services to website operators who have not filed, search for information about websites that have not filed in real time, timely cease [services] and supervise the website operators’ carrying out of filing formalities.

(5) With entrustment of website operators, they shall carry out filing, filing modification, filing cancellation and other such formalities on behalf of website operators according to the law. When they file on [their] behalf, user names, passwords and system prompting information must be timely transmitted to website operators, and website operators must be guided and supervised in downloading and installing electronic certification letters. Under circumstances where it is known or should be known that Internet site operators’ filing information is untrue or inaccurate, it is not permitted to carry out filing, filing modification  or filing cancellation formalities on their behalf.

(6) They have management responsibilities over website customers to which they provide direct or indirect access.

(7) They shall establish the necessary professional management systems, to satisfy the requirements of sector controlling departments concerning website management.

(8) Performing user record preservation, harmful information reporting and other such network information security management work.

(9) Coordinating with provincial telecommunications management departments in launching annual website examination work.

(10) Coordinating with provincial telecommunications management departments in investigating and prosecuting websites breaking laws and regulations according to the law.

(11) Consciously accepting supervision and management of provincial telecommunications management bureaus.

Article 8: Website operators shall conduct Internet information service business according to the law.

(1) They shall conduct filing, filing modification and filing cancellation formalities by themselves or entrust access providers to do so.

(2) They shall guarantee the truthfulness and accuracy of filing information content.

(3) After undergoing filing, examination and verification, they shall indicate the filing number in a central position at the bottom of the main page when the website is open, link to the URL of the Ministry of Information Industry “Filing and Management System” under the filing number, and put the electronic certification mark in the indicated position on their websites.

(4) Where change occurs in filing information, they shall timely conduct modification formalities, and install electronic certification again.

(5) Where preliminary examination and approval, or electronic announcement services are involved, they may only provide corresponding content and information after obtaining approval from the preliminary examination and approval department and the specialized examination and approval organ, as well  as carrying out corresponding filing formalities.

(6) Website operators shall appropriately preserve user names and passwords, where user names and passwords are lost, they shall submit a written application, and provincial telecommunications management bureaus shall reissue them after authentication.

(7) Performing annual examination work according to the demands of provincial telecommunications management bureaus and corresponding content controlling departments.

(8) They shall consciously accept supervision and management by the Internet sector controlling departments.

Article 9: IP address filing work units concretely undertake IP address information filing work.

(1) IP address filing work units shall report and file IP address information through the “Filing and Management System” according to requirements. Specifically, basic telecommunications operating companies’ IP address information reporting and filing is to be jointly completed by the head office and provincial-level companies, basic telecommunications operating companies’ head offices shall carry out guidance and supervision of their provincial level companies’ IP address information reporting and filing work. Public interest-type Internet management work units are responsible for the uniform completion of reporting and filing of all IP address information used by their websites. IP address information reporting and filing for Internet access service business providers operating cross-regionally is to be completed jointly by all branch organs of the localities where they deploy their business.

(2) IP address filing work units shall guarantee that the IP address information that their reported and filed IP information is complete and accurate.

(3) When IP address filing information is changed, IP address filing work units shall require that the post-change IP address information is submitted to the “Filing and Management System” within five working days after the date of the change.

(4) IP address filing work units shall establish and complete IP address management systems for the entire work unit.

(5) They shall consciously accept supervision and management by the Internet sector controlling department.

Article 10: The China Internet Network Information Centre and corresponding domain name registration service organs concretely undertake domain name information reporting and filling work.

(1) The China Internet Network Information Centre and corresponding domain name registration service organs shall report and file domain name information through the “Filing and Management System” according to requirements. Specifically, the China Internet Network Information Centre is responsible for reporting and filing all .cn and Chinese language domain name registration information; corresponding domain name registration service organs are responsible for reporting and filing all foreign domain name registration information.

(2) The China Internet Network Information Centre and corresponding domain name registration service organs shall guarantee that the domain name registration information they report and file is complete and accurate.

(3) When domain name registration information, the domain name filing contact person and other such information changes, the China Internet Network Information Centre and corresponding domain name registration service organs shall, within five working days of the change, submit the post-change domain name reporting and filing information to the “Filing and Management system.

Chapter III: Corresponding workflows

Article 11: Workflows for access providers providing Internet access to Internet sites:

(1) Website operators put forward an access request to access providers.

(2) Access providers allocate advance IP addresses to website operators.

(3) Website operators carry out filing formalities after obtaining advance IP address allocations (website operators may file on themselves or the access provider may file on their behalf).

1, Where website operators file themselves, website operators notify the access provider that they have successfully filed, after receiving the filing number generated by the “Filing and Management System”, and provide the filing number and filing information together to the access providers, access providers log on to the “Filing and Management System” to verify the said filing information, and may start access services for websites under the precondition that they have verified the truthfulness and correctness of the filing information. If it is discovered that filing information is untrue or inaccurate, access services may not be started, they shall urge the website operator to verify the corresponding information, and only provide access services after filing.

2, Where access providers file on [website operators’] behalf, access providers ay provide access services to websites immediately after the “Filing and Management System” generates a filing number.

Article 12: Workflows for website operators entrusting access providers to carry out ICP filing or filing modification  (see picture 1):

(1) Website operators submit corresponding ICP filing information to access providers.

(2) Access providers verify the information submitted by website operators, and input the ICP filing information into the “Filing and Management System”, under the precondition that they have verified that the information is true and accurate; if there is untrue or inaccurate information, access providers require that website operators submit the information again, or supplement corresponding information.

(3) The “Filing and Management System” performs and automatic check of the information that the access provider puts in, where it does not discover problems, it transmits it to the corresponding provincial telecommunications management bureau; where problems exist, it generates a corresponding opinion for the access provider.

(4) Corresponding provincial telecommunications management departments verify the filing information, those conforming to filing conditions are filed; those not conforming to filing conditions are not filed, and the reasons are explained.

(5) Where the “Filing Management System” grants filing, allocates a filing number and generates an electronic filing certification mark (simply named electronic certification mark), it shall at the same time generate an examination and verification opinion for the access provider; where filing is not granted, the “Filing and Management System” will notify the corresponding access provider about the reason for this. It will also notify the corresponding access providers to revise the corresponding information and fill out forms again.

(6) Where filing is granted, access providers will timely return the verification opinion, user name and password to the website operator, and guide website operators in downloading and installing electronic certification letters. Website operators will timely complete follow-up work to download and install the electronic certification letter under the guidance of the access provider, and will preserve the username and password well.

(7) Where filing is not granted, access providers timely notify the website operators to revise corresponding information, fill out forms again or report supplementary information.

Article 13: Workflows for website operators carrying out ICP filing and filing modification processes themselves:

(1) Website operators enter corresponding filing information into the “Filing and Management System”

(2) After the “Filing and Management System” receives the information submitted by website operators, it automatically examines the information, where it does not discover problems, it transmits it to the corresponding provincial telecommunications management bureau; where problems exist, it returns corresponding opinions to the website operator.

(3) Corresponding provincial telecommunications bureaus examine and verify the filing information, those conforming to filing conditions are granted filing; those not conforming to filing conditions are not granted filing, and the reasons are explained.

(4) Where the “Filing and Management System” grants filing, it allocates a filing number and produces an electronic certification letter, at the same time, it returns an examination and verification opinion to the website operator; where filing is not granted, the “Filing and Management System” will return the reasons for not granting filing to the website operator, and notify the website operator to revise the corresponding information, fill out forms again or report supplementary information.

(5) After website operators receive filing numbers and electronic certification letters, they are to timely complete certification letter downloading and installation work.

Article 14: Workflows for ICP filing involving preliminary examination and approval:

(1) Those intending to engage in news, publishing, education, healthcare, medicine, medical treatment, audiovisual programme, network culture and other such Internet information services, must undergo examination and approval by corresponding examination and approval departments.

(2) After website operators undergo preliminary examination and approval, they carry out filing procedures according to the workflows provided in Article 12 or Article 13 of these Detailed Rules, at the same time, they must submit the examination and approval documents of the corresponding examination and approval department to the provincial telecommunications management department of their locality (residence as on ID document or registered residence)

(3) Where website operators have not submitted approval documents within five working days after submitting filing information, filing is not granted.

(4) After completion of filing, provincial telecommunications management bureaus report website filing information to the corresponding provincial-level preliminary examination and approval departments.

Article 15: Work flows for processing IPC filing cancellation:

(1) When website operators cease Internet information services, they shall cancel their filing information. Website operators may directly carry out filing cancellation formalities, it is also permitted that the access provider carries out filing cancellation formalities on their behalf.

(2) Where website operators carry out filing cancellation formalities directly, website operators directly submit filing cancellation applications to the “Filing and Management System”; where access providers carry out filing cancellation formalities on someone else’s behalf, access providers submit an application for website cancellation to the “Filing and Management System”, and at the same time, submit the necessary written entrustment letters of the website operator.

(3) The “Filing and Management System” will transmit the cancellation application to the relevant provincial telecommunications management bureau after it receives the website’ filing cancellation application.

(4) The corresponding provincial telecommunications management bureau verifies [the information] where it conforms to cancellation conditions, it grants cancellation, and returns corresponding opinions to the applicant for cancellation.

(5) Access providers shall timely cease access services to cancelled websites.

Article 16: Workflows for investigating and prosecuting websites that break laws or regulations:

(1) Provincial telecommunications management bureaus, on the basis of clues that a website is suspected to break laws or regulations (including reporting materials, routine inspections by provincial telecommunications management departments, notifications from the Ministry of Information Industry, an opinion requesting assistance in examination and prosecution from corresponding departments, etc.), deal with websites that truly break laws and regulations according to the law.

(2) Where the main residence of a website operator suspected breaking laws of regulations is not in their administrative areas, provincial telecommunications management bureaus shall timely transfer the basic materials concerning the website that breaks laws and regulations to the provincial telecommunications management bureau of the locality of the website operator’s domicile, and that telecommunications management bureau shall handle the case according to the law.

(3) Where website operators’ residence is in their own administrative areas, provincial telecommunications management bureaus shall handle the case according to the law.

(4) Where websites should be close according to the law, provincial telecommunications management bureaus notify the corresponding access provider in writing to cease providing access, corresponding access providers shall timely report the implementation situation to the provincial telecommunications management bureau.

(5) Where website access localities are outside of their administrative areas, provincial telecommunications management bureaus may send direct letters requesting the provincial telecommunications management bureau of the locality of the access to cooperate in closing the website, the provincial telecommunications management bureau of the locality of access shall grant vigorous cooperation, notify the access provider timely and in writing to cease access, and report the implementation situation to the provincial telecommunications management bureau of the location of the domicile of the website operator.

Article 17: Workflows for investigating and prosecuting acts violating regulations by access providers:

Provincial telecommunications management bureaus shall strengthen management over access providers, and supervise the implementation situation of preliminary inspection of filing information where they act on users’ behalf, real-time supervision of users’ activities, and ex post cooperation with the investigation and prosecution of websites violating laws or regulation by access providers.

Where access providers violate laws or regulations, the telecommunications management bureau of the location where the act violating laws or regulations took place must file a case and investigate matters, where the access provider subject’s main location is not in this administrative area, it is permitted to request the cooperation of the corresponding telecommunications management bureau.

Article 18: Workflows for annual Internet site inspection:

(1) Every year in the first quarter, the annual Internet site inspection work starts.

(2) In cases where the “Filing and Management System” finds that IP addresses, domain names and other such information is inconsistent with the ICP filing information, it requires the corresponding website operators to timely renew filing information.

(3) Cases where the corresponding content controlling department’s annual inspection opinion is “cancellation of professional qualifications” or “closure of website”, fall into the category of opinions of not passing annual inspection, on the basis of the written annual inspection opinion provided by the corresponding controlling department, a veto system is implemented.

Article 19: Workflows for IP address filing work:

(1) IP address filing work units put IP address filing information into the “Filing and Management System”.

(2) The “Filing and Management System” automatically examines the IP address information that is put in, and exports an examination report, this is sent to the Ministry of Information Industry or corresponding telecommunications management bureaus.

(3) The Ministry of Information Industry or corresponding telecommunications management bureaus analyse and process the examination report.

Article 20: Workflows for domain name filing work:

(1) The China Internet Network Information Centre and corresponding domain name registration service organs (hereafter simply named domain name filing work units) put domain name filing information into the “Filing and Management System”.

(2) The “Filing and Management System” automatically conducts data processing and regularly exports statistical reports.

(3) The Ministry of Information Industry analyses the statistical reports, and where it discovers a failure to file, will handle matters according to the law.

Chapter IV: Supplementary provisions

Article 21: These Detailed Rules are interpreted by the Ministry of Information Industry Telecommunications Management Department.

Article 22: These Detailed Rules take effect on 1 December 2005.

信息产业部关于发布《互联网站管理工作细则》的通告
中华人民共和国信息产业部 信部电[2005]501号
二OO五年十月二十五日
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互联网站管理工作细则
第一章 总 则

第一条

为切实加强互联网站管理工作,建立互联网站管理工作长效机制,规范、细化互联网行业内部管理流程,不断提高互联网信息服务提供者(ICP)、互联网IP地址、互联网络域名等网站管理基础信息数据库的完整性、准确性,根据《互联网信息服务管理办法》、《中国互联网络域名管理办法》、《非经营性互联网信息服务管理办法》、《互联网IP地址备案管理办法》等有关规定,制定本细则。
第二条

互联网站管理工作坚持属地管理原则。按照“谁运营谁负责”、“谁接入谁负责”的要求,辅以相应的技术手段,做到政府管理、行业自律和社会监督相结合。
第三条

互联网站管理有关数据使用和发布应严格遵守国家和信息产业部有关保密规定。
第四条

本细则涉及的主体有:信息产业部、省(自治区、直辖市)通信管理局(以下简称“省通信管理局”)、互联网接入服务提供者(以下简称“接入提供者”)、互联网信息服务提供者(以下简称“网站主办者”)、IP地址备案单位、域名注册管理机构、域名注册服务机构等。
接入服务提供者是因特网接入服务业务经营者、因特网数据中心业务经营者以及以其他方式为网站提供接入服务的电信业务经营者的统称。
IP地址备案单位是指直接从亚太互联网络信息中心等具有IP地址管理权的国际机构获得IP地址的单位和具有分配IP地址供其它单位或个人使用行为的单位。
第二章 相关主体职责与义务

第五条

信息产业部对全国ICP、IP地址及域名信息备案管理工作及相关工作进行监督、指导及协调。
(一)根据互联网站管理工作的需要制定相关管理规定。
(二)指导、检查、督促省通信管理局开展互联网站管理工作。
(三)了解掌握备案管理工作中存在的问题和情况,组织研究解决。
(四)组织开展“信息产业部ICP、IP地址、域名信息备案管理系统”(以下简称“备案管理系统”)的优化、完善等工作。
(五)负责对跨地区经营性互联网信息服务提供者ICP备案信息进行录入、审核。
(六)对域名注册服务机构和相关IP地址备案单位的备案工作进行业务指导和监督检查。
(七)定期通报备案工作进展情况和及时通报未备案网站、备案信息真实性等备案信息的相关情况。
(八)协调部级前置审批部门、专项内容主管部门、公益性互联网站主管部门等相关部门开展互联网站管理工作。
第六条

省通信管理局具体负责本行政区ICP、IP地址信息备案管理,查处违法违规网站、监管互联网接入服务市场、对网站进行年度审核等工作。
(一) 依法对ICP备案信息进行日常审核工作。
(二) 指导监督本行政区接入提供者、网站主办者、IP地址备案单位的ICP和IP地址信息备案工作;加强对其制度建立、机构设置、数据库系统建设等日常工作的监督检查。
(三) 依法采用多种手段切实加强对互联网接入服务市场的监管,将接入提供者对互联网站的管理情况纳入其经营许可证年检、行风评议等考核工作中。
(四) 依法做好接入提供者、IP地址备案单位、网站主办者等违法违规行为的查处工作。
(五) 负责本行政区互联网站年度审核工作。
(六) 负责对本行政区经营性互联网信息服务提供者ICP备案信息进行录入、审核。
(七) 协同本行政区前置审批部门、专项内容主管部门等相关部门开展互联网站管理工作。
(八)积极支持引导互联网协会、通信企业协会等社团组织配合做好网站管理工作。
(九)建立健全社会监督渠道,公布举报电话(传真)、电子信箱等举报方式,广泛听取并认真查处社会各界对网站未经备案擅自提供互联网信息服务、备案信息不真实、接入提供者违规提供接入服务等违法违规行为的举报。
第七条

接入提供者是为网站主办者提供互联网接入服务的主体。接入提供者应当按照“谁运营谁负责”、“谁接入谁负责”的要求,切实加强内部管理和对所接入互联网站的管理。
(一)设立专岗专职,负责网站备案、规范网站行为及相关管理工作,专岗专职名单报省通信管理局备案。人员发生变动时要做好工作交接,变化后人员名单及时报省通信管理局备案。
(二)按照“先备案后接入”的要求制定完善接入服务流程,建立健全为用户代为备案信息的事前核验制度、对用户行为的事中监督制度、配合对违法违规网站的事后查处制度、网络与信息安全责任制等工作制度。
(三)应记录网站主办者的备案信息,对所接入网站主办者的备案信息进行动态核实,保证备案信息的真实、准确。
(四)接入提供者要杜绝为未备案的网站主办者提供接入服务,实时搜索已接入的未备案网站信息,及时停止并督促网站主办者履行备案手续。
(五)受网站主办者的委托应依法为网站主办单位履行备案、备案变更、备案注销等手续。代为备案时,用户名、密码和系统提示信息要及时移交网站主办者,并指导、督促网站主办者下载安装电子证书。不得在已知或应知互联网站主办者备案信息不真实或不准确的情况下,为其代为履行备案、备案变更、备案注销手续。
(六)对直接接入及间接接入的网站客户负有管理责任。
(七)应建设必要的业务管理系统,满足行业主管部门对网站管理的要求。
(八)做好用户记录留存、有害信息报告等网络信息安全管理工作。
(九)配合省通信管理局开展互联网站年度审核工作。
(十)配合省通信管理局对违法违规网站依法进行查处。
(十一)自觉接受省通信管理局的监督和管理。
第八条

网站主办者应依法开展互联网信息服务业务。
(一)应当自行或委托接入提供者履行备案、备案变更、备案注销手续。
(二)应当保证备案信息内容的真实准确。
(三)在通过备案审核后,应当在网站开通时在主页底部中央位置标明备案编号,在备案编号下方链接信息产业部“备案管理系统”网址,按要求将电子验证标识放置在其网站指定目录下。
(四)备案信息发生变化时应及时进行变更,同时再次安装电子证书。
(五)涉及前置审批及电子公告服务的,应在取得前置审批部门和专项审批部门批准并办理相关备案手续后方可提供相关内容信息。
(六)网站主办者应妥善保管用户名和密码,用户明和密码丢失的,应提交书面申请,省通信管理局经确认后予以补发。
(七)按照省通信管理局和相关内容主管部门的要求做好年度审核工作。
(八) 应当自觉接受互联网行业主管部门的监督和管理。
第九条

IP地址备案单位具体承担IP地址信息报备工作。
(一)IP地址备案单位应当按要求通过“备案管理系统”报备IP地址信息。其中,基础电信运营公司IP地址信息的报备由总部和省级公司共同完成,基础电信运营公司总部应对其省级公司的IP地址信息报备工作进行指导和监督。公益性互联网络的管理单位负责统一完成其网络上使用的所有IP地址信息的报备。跨省经营因特网接入服务业务提供者IP地址信息的报备由其开展业务所在地的所有分支机构共同完成。
(二)IP地址备案单位应当确保其所报备的IP地址信息完整、准确。
(三)IP地址备案信息发生变化时,IP地址备案单位应按规定要求自变化之日起五个工作日内向“备案管理系统”提交变更后的IP地址信息。
(四)IP地址备案单位应当建立健全本单位的IP地址管理制度。
(五)应当自觉接受互联网行业主管部门的监督和管理。
第十条

中国互联网络信息中心和相关域名注册服务机构具体承担域名信息的报备工作。
(一)中国互联网络信息中心和相关域名注册服务机构应当按要求通过“备案管理系统”报备域名信息。其中,中国互联网络信息中心负责报备所有CN和中文域名注册信息;相关域名注册服务机构负责报备所有境外域名注册信息。
(二)中国互联网络信息中心和相关域名注册服务机构应当确保所报备的域名注册信息完整、准确。
(三)域名注册信息、域名备案联系人等信息发生变化时,中国互联网络信息中心和相关域名注册服务机构应当自变化之日起五个工作日内向“备案管理系统”提交变更后的域名报备信息。
第三章 相关处理流程

第十一条

接入提供者为互联网站提供接入互联网络服务流程:
(一)网站主办者向接入提供者提出接入申请。
(二)接入提供者向网站主办者预分配IP地址。
(三)网站主办者获得接入提供者预分配的IP地址后履行备案手续(网站主办者可自行备案也可由接入提供者代为备案)。
1、网站主办者自行备案的,网站主办者在收到“备案管理系统”反馈的备案编号后告知接入提供者备案成功,并将备案编号和备案信息一并提供给接入提供者,接入提供者登录“备案管理系统”核实该备案信息,在确认备案信息真实、准确的前提下为网站开通接入服务。如果发现备案信息不真实、不准确,不得开通接入服务,应当督促网站主办者核实相关信息,经备案后方可为其提供接入服务。
2、接入提供者代为履行备案的,接入提供者收到“备案管理系统”反馈的备案编号后即可为网站提供接入服务。
第十二条

网站主办者委托接入提供者代为履行ICP备案、备案变更的处理流程(见图一):
(一)网站主办者将相关ICP备案信息提交给其接入提供者。
(二)接入提供者对网站主办者提交的信息进行核实,在确认信息真实、准确的前提下将ICP备案信息导入“备案管理系统”;如存在不真实、不准确的信息,接入提供者要求网站主办者重新填报或补充相关信息。
(三)“备案管理系统”对接入提供者导入的信息进行自动核查,经识别没有发现问题的转相关省通信管理局;存在问题的,将相关意见反馈接入提供者。
(四)相关省通信管理局对备案信息进行审核,符合备案条件的予以备案;不符合备案条件的不予备案,并说明理由。
(五)“备案管理系统”对予以备案的,核配备案编号,生成备案电子验证标识(简称电子证书),同时将审核意见反馈接入提供者;对不予以备案的,“备案管理系统”将不予备案理由反馈相关接入提供者。并通知相关接入提供者对相关信息进行修改,重新填报。
(六)对予以备案的,接入提供者将审核意见、用户名和密码及时反馈给网站主办者,并指导网站主办者下载、安装电子证书。网站主办者在接入提供者的指导下及时完成电子证书下载、安装等后续工作,并保管好用户名和密码。
(七)对不予备案的,接入提供者及时通知网站主办者对相关信息进行修改,重新填报或补报信息。
第十三条

网站主办者自行履行ICP备案、备案变更处理流程(见图二):
(一)网站主办者向“备案管理系统”输入相关备案信息。
(二)“备案管理系统”收到网站主办者提交的信息后,对信息进行自动核查,没有发现问题的转相关省通信管理局;存在问题的,将相关意见反馈网站主办者。
(三)相关省通信管理局对备案信息进行审核,符合备案条件的予以备案;不符合备案条件的不予备案,并说明理由。
(四)“备案管理系统”对予以备案的,核配备案编号,生成电子证书,同时将审核意见反馈网站主办者;对不予以备案的,“备案管理系统”将不予备案理由反馈相关网站主办者,并通知网站主办者对相关信息进行修改,重新填报或补报信息。
(五)网站主办者收到备案编号和电子证书后,及时完成证书下载、安装等工作。
第十四条

涉及前置审批的ICP备案流程:
(一)拟从事新闻、出版、教育、医疗保健、药品和医疗器械、视听节目、网络文化等互联网信息服务的,在履行ICP备案手续前应获得相关前置审批部门的批准。
(二)网站主办者获得前置审批部门批准后,按本细则第十二条或者第十三条相关流程履行备案手续,同时需向住所(身份证住所/注册住所)所在地省通信管理局书面提交相关前置审批部门的审批文件。
(三)网站主办者提交备案信息后五个工作日内尚未提交审批文件的,不予备案。
(四)备案完成后,省通信管理局向相关省级前置审批部门通报网站备案信息。
第十五条

ICP备案注销处理流程:
(一)网站主办者停止互联网信息服务时应注销其备案信息。网站主办者可以直接履行备案注销手续,也可以由接入提供者代为履行备案注销手续。
(二)网站主办者直接履行备案注销手续的,由网站主办者直接将备案注销申请提交“备案管理系统”;接入提供者代为履行备案注销手续的,接入提供者向“备案管理系统”提交网站注销申请,同时提交该网站主办者相应的书面委托书。
(三)“备案管理系统”收到网站备案注销申请信息后,将注销申请转相关省通信管理局。
(四)相关省通信管理局进行审核,符合注销条件的予以注销,并将相关意见反馈注销申请者。
(五)对注销的网站,接入提供者应及时停止接入服务。
第十六条

查处违法违规网站流程(见图三):
(一)省通信管理局根据涉嫌违法违规网站线索(包括举报材料、省通信管理局例行检查、信息产业部的通报、相关部门要求协助查处意见等),对确属违法违规网站进行依法处理 。
(二)涉嫌违法违规网站主办者住所所在地不在本行政区的,省通信管理局应及时将违法违规网站基本资料转送至网站主办者住所所在地省通信管理局,由该省通信管理局依法处理。
(三)网站主办者住所所在地在本行政区的,省通信管理局应依法处理。
(四)对依法应当关闭网站的,省通信管理局应向书面通知相关接入提供者停止接入,相关接入提供者应及时将执行情况上报省通信管理局。
(五)网站接入地不在本行政区的,省通信管理局可以直接发函要求接入地省通信管理局配合关闭网站,接入地省通信管理局应积极予以配合,及时书面通知相关接入提供者停止接入,并将执行情况反馈网站主办者住所所在地省通信管理局。
第十七条

查处接入提供者违规行为的流程:
省通信管理局应加强对接入提供者的管理,监督检查接入提供者对用户代为备案信息的事前核验、用户行为的事中监督、违法违规网站的事后查处配合等责任的落实情况。
对违法违规的接入提供者,违法违规行为发生地通信管理局要立案调查,接入提供者主体所在地不在本行政区的,可以请相关省通信管理局配合。
第十八条

互联网站年度审核工作流程:
(一)每年第一季度开始对互联网站进行年度审核工作。
(二)对“备案管理系统”搜索出IP地址、域名等信息与ICP备案信息不一致的,要求相关网站主办者及时更新备案信息。
(三)对于相关内容主管部门年度审核意见是“取消业务资格”、“关闭网站”的,属于年度审核不合格意见,根据相关内容主管部门提供的书面年度审核意见,实行一票否决制。
第十九条

IP地址备案工作流程:
(一)IP地址备案单位向“备案管理系统”导入IP地址备案信息。
(二)“备案管理系统”对导入的IP地址信息进行自动核查,输出核查报告,并分送给信息产业部或相关通信管理局。
(三)信息产业部或相关通信管理局对核查报告进行分析处理。
第二十条

域名备案工作流程:
(一)中国互联网络信息中心和相关域名注册服务机构(以下简称域名备案单位)向“备案管理系统”导入域名备案信息。
(二)“备案管理系统”自动进行数据处理定期输出统计报告。
(三)信息产业部对统计报告进行分析,发现未备案的,依法处理。
第四章 附 则

第二十一条 本细则由信息产业部电信管理局解释。
第二十二条 本细则自2005年12月1日起施行。

 

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