The Real Dangers of Surveillance What Americans can learn from the protests in Hong Kong.

18 08 2020

New York Times
Shira Ovide
June 12, 2020

“How citizens and authorities respond to one another during large-scale protests — including how they use technology as a tool in the battle — can say a lot about trust in the entire political system.

Paul Mozur, who has written extensively about the Chinese state surveillance machine for The New York Times, told me that mistrust of the authorities in Hong Kong was reflected in constant digital surveillance and paranoia during the pro-democracy demonstrations that started a year ago and continue to break out.”

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