The Chinese Communist Party Shames People For Wearing Pajamas in Public

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In an updated threat to world privacy, China has started publishing people and their WeChat details that they find on their surveillance system in public wearing pajamas.

Is this the beginning of Orwell’s idea of “Big Brother”?

Why does the Chinese Communist Party think that it’s ok to publish people’s details to shame them?

Chinese Communist Party’s surveillance of citizens is increasing year by year.

In one example, pedestrians who ignore the traffic light are displayed on a large screen in real-time.

A large screen showing people who ignored the signal appeared at an intersection in 
Beijing, China.

 The Chinese Communist Party’s decision to publish the images and personal data of the individuals sparked criticism online from around the world about the misuse of surveillance and facial-recognition technology.

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