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China’s public surveillance network is one of the most expansive in the world, with the state monitoring its citizens’ movements, communication, and behavior. (Image: Screenshot / YouTube)

How US Universities and Companies Aid Communist Rule

China’s public surveillance network is one of the most expansive in the world, with the state monitoring their citizens’ movements, communication, and behavior. Unfortunately, several universities and companies in the U.S. are aiding the Chinese government in improving their surveillance…

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China 30 Years After the Tiananmen Protests

China’s 10-year experiment with political reforms came to a head in the early months of 1989, when thousands came out to commemorate the death of Hu Yaobang, the ousted general…

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How US Universities and Companies Aid Communist Rule

China’s public surveillance network is one of the most expansive in the world, with the state monitoring their citizens’ movements, communication, and behavior. Unfortunately, several universities and companies in the…