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Digital Surveillance in China

Digital Surveillance in China

With the upcoming 2022 Winter Olympics in China the team at Internet 2.0 saw the need to publish case studies demonstrating the sophisticated and broad surveillance culture that exists in China.

In this paper we show how these laws manifest in terms of surveillance of mobile phones through mobile applications and internet browsers through desktop software.

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