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Daily Dashboard | Op-Ed: Will 'social credit' move beyond China? Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Europe Managing Director, 22 June 2018

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In an Op-Ed for The Guardian, John Harris writes about the rise of "social credit" scores in China and whether that is a phenomenon that will eventually be adopted outside of the nation. In discussing the rise of social credit schemes in China, Harris writes, "Online behaviour will inevitably be a big part of what is monitored, and algorithms will be key to everything, though there remain doubts about whether something so ambitious will ever come to full fruition. One of the scheme's basic aims is to use a vast amount of data to create individual ratings, which will decide people's access — or lack of it — to everything from travel to jobs."
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