January 12, 2017 Non-U.S., Surveillance
Saša Petricic reports:
Living in China, it’s safe to assume pretty much everything about you is known — or easily can be known — by the government. Where you go, who you’re with, which restaurants you like, when and why you see your doctor.
Big Brother doesn’t even need to be watching with his own eyes.
There is an entire network — the internet inside China’s Great Firewall — designed to gather the information. And there’s an industry of private and state-owned high-tech enterprises serving it.
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