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 January 3, 2016  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Gloria Chan reports:

Chengdu authorities have ignited privacy concerns with new rules requiring public baths, massage parlours, teahouses, chess and mahjong rooms, and cinemas to install surveillance cameras in public areas.

The Chengdu Municipal People’s Congress endorsed the rules, which come into effect on March 1, to help tackle crime and improve security in the Sichuan provincial capital, the West China City Daily newspaper reported on Sunday.

 

Read more on South China Morning Post.

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