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Leaked Data Shows China Was Tracking Non-Chinese Citizens

The tracking probably occurred through facial recognition and through the collection of passport ID's sources say.


The whole world is in danger from China…..

New reports which have surfaced show that the CCP has tracked some foreigners that were in China.

They track their own people which is bad enough, but now this threat has become an issue for anyone visiting China.

Reports say that the tracking was more than likely due to collection of passport ID’s as well as facial recognition.

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NTD News reported: 

Over 5,000 foreigners were tracked during visits to mainland China between 2017 to 2018, according to the latest data leak from a Chinese institution. Some individuals on the list say they were only in China for a day or were transiting through Shanghai.

One cybersecurity expert says the latest data leak is unique in its increased sophistication, including the use of facial recognition and the collection of passport IDs.

The information was compiled by the Shanghai Public Security Bureau, a local level branch of Beijing’s main surveillance body, the Ministry of Public Security.

The data leak contains over 1.1 million surveillance records and includes information on 25,000 “persons of interest” in China, and 5,000 foreigners, including government officials and employees of Mitsubishi and U.S. manufacturing giant 3M.

Reuters had more: 

China enlisted surveillance firms to help draw up standards for mass facial recognition systems, researchers said on Tuesday, warning that an unusually heavy emphasis on tracking characteristics such as ethnicity created wide scope for abuse.

The technical standards, published by surveillance research group IPVM, specify how data captured by facial recognition cameras across China should be segmented by dozens of characteristics - from eyebrow size to skin color and ethnicity.

“It’s the first time we’ve ever seen public security camera networks that are tracking people by these sensitive categories explicitly at this scale,” said the report’s author, Charles Rollet.

The standards are driving the way surveillance networks are being built across the country - from residential developments in the capital, Beijing, to police systems in the central province of Hubei, he said.


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