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China is running furtive surveillance of innocents' lives online. And so are we

New Zealand Herald Sunday, 20 September 2020
China is running furtive surveillance of innocents' lives online. And so are weFirst published by The Spinoff There is little to separate the methods of Zhenhua Data from those of the Peter Thiel founded Palantir, which has an office in Wellington alongside our spy agencies. It comes down to whether data-collection...
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