November 30, 2016 Laws, Non-U.S., Surveillance
Dong Heng reports:
On Monday, China’s primary police authority, the Ministry of Public Security, made the details of its first draft law regarding the legality of video surveillance in communal spaces available for public feedback.
The nation currently has no specific law to directly regulate the operation of video cameras that monitor daily activity in public areas, such as parking lots and sidewalks.
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