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10 December 2019

China: Mobile users now required to have their faces scanned when registering for new services, raising concerns on data breaches

Author: BBC (UK)

“China due to introduce face scans for mobile users”, 1 December 2019...

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6 December 2019
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Author: Patrick Ruiz, Developpez.com (France)

« Les entreprises chinoises veulent aider à façonner les normes mondiales de reconnaissance faciale », 3 décembre 2019...

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5 December 2019

China: Huawei invites detained former employee to sue to safeguard his own rights

Author: China Labour Bulletin (Hong Kong)

“Huawei invites detained former employee to sue”, 3 December 2019...

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4 December 2019

China: Huawei comes under fire over employee detained for eight months after demanding severance pay

Author: The Guardian (UK)

“Huawei under fire in China over employee detained for eight months”, 2 December 2019...

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19 December 2017

China: Tech companies showcase how new advances can identify and track citizens at World Internet Conference

Author: Paul Mozur, New York Times (USA)

"Inside China’s Big Tech Conference, New Ways to Track Citizens", 18 Dec 2017...

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3 May 2017

Webinar series: 2017 human rights in impact assessment

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7 March 2017

China’s ZTE to plead guilty, settle with U.S. over Iran, North Korea sales

Author: Washington Post, Karen Freifeld

Chinese telecom equipment maker ZTE will plead guilty and pay $892 million to settle allegations it violated U.S. laws that restrict the sale of American-made technology to Iran and North Korea, the company and U.S. government agencies said Tuesday....

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10 July 2016

China firms ranked worst out of businesses in emerging market nations: global anti-graft watchdog survey

Author: Associated Press (on South China Morning Post)

Transparency International slams ‘pathetic’ findings of report on 100 companies in 15 nations, which also include India, Brazil, Mexico and Russia and says big multinational companies must do more to fight corruption…Chinese firms are the most opaque...

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9 February 2015

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3 February 2015

Search responses by company name (Myanmar Foreign Investment Tracking Project)

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