China’s Government Will Embed Police In Its Largest Tech Firms

China’s Government Will Embed Police In Its Largest Tech Firms

By Catherine Shu China already has some of the most stringent Internet restrictions in the world, but censorship is poised to become even more extreme. Sites and social networks will no longer just be surveilled by keyword filters and human monitors working remotely. China’s Ministry of Public Security has announced that police will be placed into the offices of major Internet companies. Read More

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