The CCP has installed cameras in places of worship to ensure complete control and punish those who don’t worship according to its regulations.
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.
To ensure that the pro-democracy movement spirit does not spread to mainland China, the CCP scrutinizes anyone with links to the special administrative region.
Ruled by the totalitarian government, the Chinese are suppressed for any word that the regime deems as damaging its image.
The CCP is collecting iris information about all Chinese, including children, and storing it in gigantic databases—why?
Postal and courier services in China are scrutinized to ensure that no “sensitive” goods reach pro-democracy fighters, their staff punished for minor missteps.
Sending “sensitive” messages, even reposting or liking anything the government deems “harmful” to its regime, may put you under investigation.
With threats and abusing rights, the CCP makes its citizens give samples of their biometric data, often disguised as mandatory medical exams or other pretenses.
In the past few years, the coastal eastern province of Zhejiang has significantly increased the concentration of cameras to ensure that everyone is monitored 24/7.
Believers not only face the risk of arrest for gathering in unlicensed places of worship – even joining a religion-affiliated group online may lead to persecution.