Surveillance State: Social Control in China
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Josh Chin.
Myanmar Expanding Use of Chinese-Made Facial Recognition Systems: Report
By Sebastian Strangio
According to a Reuters investigation, the military junta has plans to install CCTV systems in all 14 states and divisions.
China’s Social Credit System: Fact vs. Fiction
Jeremy Daum, Dai Xin, and Vincent Brussee address common myths and misperceptions about the social credit system.
US Issues Human Rights Guidelines for Exporters of Surveillance Tech
By Abhijnan Rej
The directions to American businesses come amid growing concern around China’s export of advanced mass-surveillance capabilities to more than 60 countries.
COVID-19 and Xi Jinping: How the Strongman Got Stronger
By Thomas Reilly
Surprisingly, China's Xi is poised to politically profit from the deadly outbreak, both at home and abroad.
China’s Ubiquitous Facial Recognition Tech Sparks Privacy Backlash
By Lauren Dudley
Privacy concerns remain largely unaddressed in proposed Chinese facial recognition standards.
Security Firm Says Chinese Hackers Intercepted Text Messages
By Associated Press
FireEye did not specify the victims of the espionage, but said some were “high-value” targets.
Plans for Censored Chinese Search Engine Opposed by Google Employees
By William Chalk
Plans for a state-sanctioned re-entry into the Chinese market have “effectively ended” following virulent opposition.
China's Information War Against the Uyghurs
By Michael Clarke
Chinese information warfare is often assumed to be externally focused, but it is being used domestically as well.
Tech Firms Are Boosting China’s Cyber Power
By Sarah Cook
Cooperation with the CCP, often mandatory, carries risks as well as benefits.
A Boiling Pot: The CCP’s Increasingly Intrusive Surveillance in Tibet
By Tenzin Tsultrim
China’s repressive campaign in Xinjiang is now well-known. But what about Tibet?