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China looks to bolster surveillance network with birdlike drones

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China wants to track citizens’ cars with mandatory RFID chips

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For Chinese Pedestrians Glued to Their Phones, a Middle Path Emerges

So ubiquitous in China are pedestrians glued to their cellphones, they have earned a nickname: the heads-down tribe. In their natural habitat, tribe members can...

Facebook gave user data to the Chinese company at the heart of US-China tech...

Of all the companies benefiting from Facebook’s sharing of user data with device makers, a practice under scrutiny after a series of reportsfrom the New York Times...

China watching: Scary arms race for surveillance tech in China

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