Friday, January 13, 2006

Chinese Demanding Greater Privacy Rights

Echoing the debates now common in western societies, many in China are beginning to bristle at the intrusiveness of nosy employers, data-mining marketers and ubiquitous security cameras.

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While much of Thursday's article was devoted to the need for greater vigilance against terrorists, saboteurs and other threats to national security, the article also cited the police force's need to maintain stability in the face of "large-scale mass incidents," a reference to the growing problem of civil unrest.

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