China is assigning people "social credit scores" based on security cameras, facial recognition tech, and internet usage. Photo by Gilles Sabrie.
China: Surveillance state on steroids
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China rolls out 'social credit scores' as part of total surveillance plan
Simon Denyer is China Bureau Chief for the Washington Post.