It is well known that the Chinese government has the country on lockdown: people are monitored 24/7 with millions of CCTV cameras; the “Great Firewall of China” blocks access to unapproved content and tracks attempts to circumvent it; municipal party leaders keep tabs on citizens. All networks and equipment are operated by companies either owned by the government or are beholden to them.
All surveillance data is aggregated into a unified system of social credits intended to standardize the assessment of the social and financial reputations of individuals and firms.
People who don’t live up to the Chinese government standards are sent to “transformation-through-education” or reeducation camps and generally are denied due process to defend their activities, according to Amnesty International. In practice, not a single bit of information moves outside of the government’s purview.
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John Strand , July 15, 2019
It’s curious then why more cyberattacks originate from China than any other nation. Indeed, if China was so concerned about law and order, they could end these attacks immediately, but they don’t.
The Chinese goal is to get Global domination from telecommunications networks over computers to IOT devices.