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OPERATION GOLDEN SHEILD?
Here is an example of the chinese government buying "Technologies from Abroad"|
Ever head of Operation Golden Sheild???
The Golden Shield project, for example, is an effort to give the nation’s police officers instantaneous access to a database that contains the work records, financial data, and law-enforcement histories of almost every adult Chinese citizen. The database is expected to include footage from surveillance cameras, the history of suspects’ Internet use, and the ability to recognize faces. Think Big Brother with a Blackberry. A new technology called Policenet is part of Golden Shield and currently operates in all but one of China’s 22 provinces. It connects officials of the Public Security Bureau—a national agency with local branches that handle security, immigration, “social order,” and law enforcement—to each other and to electronic records that store a wealth of information on every citizen in China. Exactly how the police were tracking Zheng is unclear, but in December 2004, they arrested him in the city of Yingkou, about 310 miles northeast of Beijing. He was charged with “incitement to subversion,” a serious but vaguely defined crime, and after a trial in July, he was sentenced in September to seven years in prison.
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