Tibetans are continuously controlled through camera networks and artificial intelligence. Now, Huawei’s highest 5G base station on Mount Everest will also favor international cyber-espionage.
While we discuss data, 5G, and tracing apps, a book by Kai Strittmatter on how the CCP dreams to keep the entire world under surveillance may help.
Citing Huawei’s complicity in slavery and oppression, British Uyghurs are appealing to the British Government to reverse a decision to allow it to run part of the UK’s 5G network.
China combines cutting-edge surveillance technology with traditional communist police-state repression, to create 21st century Orwellian dystopia in Xinjiang Region, and beyond.
What may seem to be only the most recent episode of the trade war between the United States and China brings back to light another question of primary importance. Perhaps the Chinese telecommunications giants are the operative arm of Beijing’s repressive Big Brother, useful to control refugees abroad, dissidents at home, and westerners everywhere, thanks to the exploitation of the future of the Internet that we all rightly dream of but that we should actually dramatically fear.