An expansion of the “Sharp Eyes” project, the new CCP’s scheme offers residents surveillance cameras inside and outside their homes. But to what end?
While battling a new cluster of COVID-19 infections, authorities in Beijing have been quick to make use of geo-spatial information, collected thro...
A new book by Jennifer Pan shows how the CCP, under the pretext of “elimination of poverty,” uses its “Dibao” livelihood guarantee program to better...
The CCP regime enforced mobile apps to prevent the spread of COVID-19, which will likely outlive the pandemic and will be used to expand automated soc
By June Ko, Chinese editor Welcome to a world where the government knows which cities you’ve visited, who you’ve taken train journeys with – ev...
Authorities are pulling out all the stops to shove “disobedient” believers under the state’s control: churches shut down, congregations threatened and
A nationwide campaign to forcibly collect people’s biometric data is in full swing across China, often misleadingly presented as a means “to fight cri
Even a visit to a family member or a trip outside the region required to be registered with government officials. Those overstaying could be punished.
At the Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom organized by the U.S. State Department in Washington DC, high-tech companies supplying components to C
A research by Dr. Christopher Balding on the telecommunication giant created by former military Mr. Ren Zhengfei documents the connections that Italia
For ordinary people, surveilled daily – even to enter one’s home – and treated as terrorists, life in the region turned into a depressing, prison-like
Believers in government-controlled churches have their personal and religious freedoms violated, as authorities watch their every move. Yang Guang’an
Promoted as a tool to “maintaining stability,” the locks that use facial recognition, phones, or IDs, is a new addition to the system of complete surv
To prevent any anti-government content from appearing publicly, the CCP is taking measures to control the content of computer-controlled displays.
The specially developed new devises allow law enforcement officers to access databases of citizens using facial recognition and other biometric data.
A comprehensive crackdown is in progress: believers registered, sent to transformation through education “classes,” more surveillance cameras installe
The surveillance of church members is increasing, as their every move is monitored and personal information analyzed for further suppression and contr
Chinese authorities are confiscating citizen’s passports, making sure that only “politically clean” and patriotic individuals are allowed to go outsid
In China, saying something that authorities deem “sensitive remarks” may be labeled “anti-Party” or “anti-social” and punished accordingly. Tang Zhe
China expands its draconian surveillance systems intended to monitor, track, and persecute citizens, with particular attention to transient and religi