U.S. measures against China’s burgeoning tech sector are set to continue despite an anticipated truce in the two countries’ ongoing trade war, The Wall Street Journal’s Bob Davis and Katy Stech Ferek reported...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 18, 2019
The array of surveillance technologies being deployed across China has been receiving widespread attention. At The New York Times this week, Paul Mozur and Aaron Krolik looked at how these surveillance tools are being combined...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 9, 2019
At The Financial Times on Friday, Yuan Yang and Madhumita Murgia offered an overview of facial recognition technology’s adoption in China, public reception, and widespread export: What do Uganda’s police force, a Mongolian...
by Josh Rudolph | Oct 16, 2019
The ongoing crackdown by the Xi administration in the Xinjiang region has been described as an effort to “re-engineer” the Uyghur identity and as a form of “cultural genocide.” Officially launched in 2014, the steadily...
by Cindy | Dec 28, 2017
China is rapidly expanding its national DNA database using controversial collection methods that...
by Josh Rudolph | Nov 1, 2016
The Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress on Monday began the third and...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 10, 2015
The Wall Street Journal’s Don Clark reports that the U.S. last fall blocked the export of...
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