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Life Inside China's Total Exposing China's Digital Dystopian 10 months ago   08:11

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China has turned the northwestern region of Xinjiang into a vast experiment in domestic surveillance. WSJ investigated what life is like in a place where one's every move can be monitored with cutting-edge technology.

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Singapore is becoming a police state too and in time will be just like China eventually....
◄ Psalm 137:9 ► Happy is the one who seizes your infants and dashes them against the rocks.
Ooof now these people are screwed. WSJ didn’t blur their faces
sos jamir
Mr Lai
Only Uncle Sam can put the under surveillance? When WikiLesk's Julian Assange revealed a little sin of the USS, the West, especially the US would make sure he won't see he light again. What the CCP now does is.putting a tail on a Muslim group proven to be Islamist killers. The Chinese haven't gone on a land grabbing genocide like the West did when they landed on the New World. The Uyghuirs are still around in large numbers, but not native Americans, perhaps that was because the whites didn't have the surveillance techniques the CCP can afford now.
dan brown
well china the whole nation is under surveillance, speed camera, security camera and so on, but is this normal in any country? checking phone seems a far, but the rest is just same as where i come from in China. you need ir for bus, train, and airplane ticket. security check in subway. registration when purchase knife or any sharp object, well thanks to someone , killed innocent children at school with knifes in China. now the whole nation has to follow. i personally hate some of the rules, but hey i get why doing it. we dont attack on others, but we must prevent to let anyone attack on us.
Just another socialist utopia, coming to America soon so vote Democrat to make it happen quickly idiots.
TV Fan
It's so not free in Xinjiang and yet the film director was free to travel to the USA with his whole family... LOL. How bad can the Chinese gov't be when it lets people go to the USA to seek medical treatment for their kid?
looi peter
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Vicky QC Tao
If you have experienced the massive terrorist attacks like 5 July 2009 and 22 May 2014, in Xinjiang you probably would have some understanding of the high surveillance level. People trade their personal freedom for security not because they like it, but because they have no other choice.
When you have a better solution to prevent suicide bomber, please let the Chinese know.
I think Chinese was trying to learn from the Israeli but in Xinjiang many ethnicity groups live together rather than segregated.
Actually, there are many ethnic groups in Xinjiang, not just uiyghur, Uiyghar is the one has ISIS background.
It’s interesting that until 2014, US government recognized the first terrorist attack in Xinjiang after a suicide bomb at a green market killed 43 people and injured around 100, most of the victims Han Chinese including many elderly shoppers.
Similar attacks toward non-uiyghurs ethnics were simply not recognized as terrorist attacks by US government even for organized riot with higher casualties. I guess those attacks were not qualified probably because they involved ONLY knife stabbing, bat smashing or head chopping etc.

Israel is the leading force of fighting terrorist at home. I guess China can learn more from Israel.

Since western countries always know better, what would you do with extremist religion in your country? Any solution?
white fango
I need to scan or search or ID if i want to go to toilet to drop a bomb
L.A. Chacin
this level of surveillance happens in many developed western countries like the US and the UK, the only thing is that they don't put it in your face…the key for them is how to achieve such a high level of surveillance without having people feel like they are being watched,
Good reporting
John lee j
I suggest the video owner to report the same thing in Israel.
John lee j
I suggest the video owner to report the same thing in Israel.
John lee j
I think it is learning from Israel, it is to avoid any terrorist attack!
John lee j
I think it is learning from Israel, it is to avoid any terrorist attack!
Michael Hood
To much surveillance is bad
Get rid of extreme maniacs
but to much will turn china into
North Korea 👹👹👹
Lance Yu Zhang
good job, china, rule the world with this
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Exposing China's Digital Dystopian Life Inside China's Total 10 months ago   27:15

China is marrying Big Brother to Big Data. Every citizen will be watched and their behaviour scored in the most ambitious and sophisticated system of social control in history. Matthew Carney reports.

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