Articles On: Huawei, Covid, TikTok, AI, and Surveillance

Sunday, October 11, 2020
THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY SEEKS TO CONTROL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AS A MEANS TO SHAPE AND CENSOR THE COMMUNICATIONS AND OPINIONS OF ITS OWN PEOPLE, AS WELL AS THE COMMUNICATIONS OF INDIVIDUALS BEYOND CHINA'S BORDERS.

 

UK found flaw of 'national significance' in Huawei tech, says report
by Steve Ranger
via ZDNet, October 1, 2020


China spies and gamblers want your Covid app data
by Bertil Lintner
via Asia Times, October 1, 2020


Former Chinese government official ran TikTok’s content policy as app went global
by Ryan McMorrow
via Financial Times, October 3, 2020


The Crypto State?
by Bruno Maçães
via City Journal, October 4, 2020


From AI to facial recognition: how China is setting the rules in new tech
by James Kynge and Nian Liu
via Financial Times, October 6, 2020


China Uses the U.N. to Expand Its Surveillance Reach
by Claudia Rosett
via The Wall Street Journal, October 7, 2020