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Daily Dashboard | Chinese government bidding documents show scope of surveillance Related reading: Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, placing other privacy rights in question

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A New York Times investigation reviewing more than 100,000 Chinese government bidding records further details the size and scope of China’s state surveillance apparatus beyond what was previously understood. According to the records provided to the publication by the Asia Society’s China File, the Chinese government can use a person’s appearance, personal devices and the sound of their voice as ways to track individuals. The bids came from Chinese government agencies requesting surveillance tools like video capture cameras and cell phone collection equipment.
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