Zhihu, a Chinese question-and-answer platform, announced on July 7 that the latest version of its app will no longer let users publish content anonymously. The new version is expected to be available in major app stores from July 14. For previously published anonymous content, users may convert it to real-name content. The announcement reminds users that all posts are subject to Zhihu’s community guidelines and that the platform will take measures against posters of illegal or non-compliant information. On July 7, the Cyberspace Administration of China released draft guidelines open for public feedback concerning the governance of online information and cyberbullying, charging internet information service providers with strengthening management of their online communities to prohibit chat groups that allow anonymous posts containing inappropriate content. [36Kr, in Chinese]