Douban, a Chinese integrated social platform, released a statement on Tuesday saying the platform will now display users’ IP location on profile pages and other areas. The feature rolled out on Tuesday for some users and will apply to all users within a week. Douban says the change is to comply with a rule issued by the Cyberspace Administration of China that will take effect in August to build an “authentic and transparent community.” Users are not allowed to turn off the location identification, according to the notice. Other major social media platforms, including Weibo, Zhihu, and Bilibili, have been testing the display of IP information since April. [Douban, in Chinese]