China: Big Data Fuels Crackdown in Minority Region

Human Rights Watch, 26 February 2018 By Human Rights Watch – Chinese authorities are

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Beijing bets on facial recognition in a big drive for total surveillance

Washington Post, 9 January 2017 By Simon Denyer – For 40-year-old Mao Ya, the facial Continue Reading →

China probes deeper into the lives of Uyghur minority

The Globe and Mail, 29 December 2017 By Nathan VanderKlippe – The streets in China’s

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Historians Dismiss Chinese Claims to Xinjiang Based on Han Dynasty Literature

Radio Free Asia, 22 December 2017 By Jilil Kashgari – Recent government efforts to link

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Stepped-up Surveillance of Uighurs Sends ‘Realtives’ into Homes

Voice of America, 26 December 2017 By Joyce Huang – Authorities in Xinjiang launched

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Twelve Days in Xinjiang: How China’s Surveillance State Overwhelms Daily Life

Wall Street Journal, 20 December 2017 By Josh Chin & Clément Bürge – This city on China’s

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Beijing extends powers of state security agents under counter-espionage law

South China Morning Post, 7 December 2017 By Nectar Gan – China has issued new

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Weekly Brief November 24th

World Uyghur Congress, 24 November 2017 WUC Expresses Concern Over Uyghurs Who Recently Escaped

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