Communist China is amassing unrivalled amounts of individual and company data as part of its plans to build a “social credit” system designed to control the lives of the Chinese people. The concept has been condemned as Orwellian utilising surveillance, big data collection and analysis to monitor the behaviour of its citizens.
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