On Monday, Chinese video-sharing platform Bilibili announced that it would begin displaying users’ IP locations on their profile page and information pages to build an “authentic and well-organized” community. The feature has started testing with some users on Monday and will apply to all users “in a week.” The feature will show users’ general location information (provinces and city areas) for users based in China, while overseas users’ IP locations will show country information. Users won’t be able to turn off the location identification, according to the announcement. Since April, Chinese social media platforms like Weibo and Zhihu have begun showing IP location information to meet the country’s new rules. [Bilibili, in Chinese]