An ongoing mass detention campaign in Xinjiang, itself part of a longer-running crackdown aimed squarely at mitigating elements of local Uyghur culture and religiosity, has detained as many as two million Muslim ethnic minority...
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by Josh Rudolph | Jun 9, 2013
The leak that recently revealed the U.S. National Security Agency’s court-ordered surveillance of Verizon call detail records, as well as U.S. Internet firms’ alleged cooperation with government agencies, resurrected...
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