The material required varies for different application types.
You can add filing information when you are filing for the first time, filing to add a new website or transferring your ICP filing.
This is to apply for ICP filing for both the entity and the domain name for the first time.
If the entity has already obtained ICP filing through Tencent Cloud and now needs to host a new website on a Tencent Cloud server, applications for ICP filing for the new website and domain name should be submitted through Tencent Cloud.
If the entity has already obtained ICP filing through another service provider and now needs to host a new website on a Tencent Cloud server, applications for ICP filing for the new website and domain name should be submitted through Tencent Cloud.
This is to change the access provider information of both the filed entity and filed domain name.
This is to change the information of the entity or website that has already obtained ICP filing through Tencent Cloud.
The types of ICP filing information deletion application include deregistration of entity, deregistration of website and cancellation of transfer.
This is to delete all the ICP filing information of the entity, including entity information and website information.
This is to delete a website under the name of the entity, while the entity information is retained.
This is to unlink the ICP filing information from the access provider. It is recommended to do this only after the ICP filing is transferred to a new access provider; otherwise, the ICP filing may be deregistered by the Communications Administration Bureau.
In addition, Public Security Bureau (PSB) filing and operational ICP license (if applicable) should be applied online or offline from applicable authorities.
Pursuant to the Regulations of the People's Republic of China on Protecting the Safety of Computer Information Systems and the Measures for Security Protection Administration of the International Networking of Computer Information Networks, you should go through the website filing formalities with the cybersecurity department of your local public security bureau within 30 days after your website become accessible. If you fail to do so, the public security authority will impose a punishment of warning or business suspension for rectification for no more than six months.