Increasingly criticized by the international community for crackdowns on people of faith, China’s regime enforces more stringent measures to cover up its crimes.
As surveillance of online activity increases, China builds a professional cyber army to control how citizens think, and to spread propaganda globally. Authorities scan cell phones at will, and even the most benign comment – from years ago – can have lifelong consequences.
The situation in Xinjiang is getting worse rather than better. It is time for the international community to speak up.
To keep members of The Church of Almighty God under constant control, the police follow their every move through listening and tracking devices.
Installed on the pretext of “ensuring safety” and “preventing the coronavirus spread,” these high-tech locks subject people to heightened surveillance.
Starting from Xinjiang and Tibet, the Chinese government wants to collect DNA and other biological data of all citizens. Yes, it may help solving unsolved crimes, but also persecuting dissidents and ethnic minorities more effectively.
After targeting CCP officials who persecute Tibetans, and Xinjiang’s Uyghurs and other Turkic people, Washington hits the regime’s largest supplier of technological tools for repression.
Authorities across China adopt strict measures barring Party members from having any affiliation with religion and traditional Chinese spiritual practices.
As per CCP’s orders, China’s social media is controlled to prevent first-hand information about the coronavirus outbreak from reaching the public.
It gets worse every day: a new document allows the police to enter private premises without a warrant, freeze assets, and crack down on criticism posted online