new surveillance often china-bred ; Throttling Dissent in China; biometric cellphones

 In 2000 there were about 100 foreign R&D labs in China. By 2007 there were 1200. Today, Shanghai alone has over 300. In fact, many of the same companies that believe that China is responsible for the vast majority of APT attacks have helpfully delivered some of their own “crown jewels” (i.e., their R&D).    http://jeffreycarr.blogspot.com/2013/03/china-operates-worlds-most-successful.html

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  Foreign R&D centers booming in China

1-26-06   China Ministry of Commerce survey showed that by June 2004, multinationals, including GE, Intel and Microsoft, had set up more than 600 R&D centers in China, with expenditures of more than US$4 billion. The establishment of these foreign-owned R&D facilities, with employees flowing freely in the Chinese job market, has stimulated technological upgrades of Chinese companies as well as helped to improve the innovation capacity of local engineers.   http://www.atimes.com/atimes/China_Business/HA26Cb01.html

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The government has used peculiar interpretations of laws – that they are not even willing to discuss – to defend an invasive collection of personal data beyond anything even the paranoid among us would have thought was possible.  And while President Obama “welcomes the debate” over an issue he has worked hard to keep secret, we are now starting to see the usual Washington tactics of political spin, feverish scapegoating, and patriotic grandstanding in lieu of a real discussion.  http://www.forbes.com/sites/tarunwadhwa/2013/06/13/with-nsa-surveillance-us-government-may-have-dealt-major-blow-to-global-internet-freedom-efforts/

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In fact, it is an almost certainty that within the next few years, three biometric options will become standard features in every new phone: a fingerprint scanner built into the screen, facial recognition powered by high-definition cameras, and voice recognition based off a large collection of your vocal samples.

 http://www.forbes.com/sites/tarunwadhwa/2013/03/29/why-your-next-phone-will-include-fingerprint-facial-and-voice-recognition/

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surveillance cameras equipped with “behavior recognition” technology that constantly studies each person to determine whether he or she is the next security threat

  By “learning” patterns of behavior, these devices can monitor large crowds to alert authorities, within seconds, when something out of the ordinary occurs.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/singularity/2012/08/30/dear-republicans-beware-big-brother-is-watching-you/

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China increasingly serves as an incubator for sophisticated new types of internet restrictions, providing a model for other authoritarian/surveillance countries (such as USA)

564 million: Internet users the government reported as of January 2013;

986 million: Mobile phone owners reported;

http://www.freedomhouse.org/report/censorship-and-surveillance-under-new-leaders-china/key-findings

The Chinese Communist Party’s commitment to curtailing internet freedom was unwavering over the course of the leadership change that took place during the coverage period for this report, May 1, 2012, to April 30, 2013. If anything, the high-level meetings at which the handover was announced served as catalysts for tighter controls on content, measures to deliberately slow internet traffic, and intensified harassment of dissidents, as the party’s propaganda and security agencies worked to eliminate any nascent political challenge. The internet restrictions Freedom House documented this year were faster and more nuanced than ever before….More than 500 million people in the country are now online….In 2012, China spent more on “social stability maintenance”—which includes many of the practices of information control outlined in this report—than it did on defense.  http://www.freedomhouse.org/report/censorship-and-surveillance-under-new-leaders-china/introduction

Twitter was initially available and widely used, then blocked in 2009 in advance of the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, once its potential for galvanizing collective action became apparent. It remains popular among Chinese users who are familiar with circumvention tools.[18] More recent blocks on applications like Google’s cloud storage service, Drive, were effected immediately.[19] Users of other international applications that remain unblocked complain of sporadic disruptions. Users of the online document-sharing service SlideShare, which is owned by the U.S.-based professional networking site LinkedIn, reported it was temporarily inaccessible in July 2012.[20] LinkedIn itself had been blocked for two days in February 2011.[21]

With more than half of China’s internet users registered for a microblog account by January 2013,[32] these fast-paced networks and their rambunctious user base pose a unique challenge to censors trying to rein in sensitive discussion. The CCP established party branches in the offices of four microblog providers in February 2012, according to news reports.[33]] If private companies choose not to alert readers about blocked content, censorship decisions remain both arbitrary and opaque. There are no formal avenues for appeal….Internet expert Xiao Qiang put the activist community at two or three million in a mid-2013 estimate.[84]  http://www.freedomhouse.org/report/throttling-dissent-chinas-new-leaders-refine-internet-control/limits-content

Cao Haibo, a cybercafé employee sentenced in a closed trial in November 2012 to eight years in jail for discussing democracy online. Other online activists faced physical attacks, interrogation and house arrest.

Many were deprived of due process: After 2013 unrest in Xinjiang, at least twenty individuals were sentenced because they “used the Internet, mobile phones and digital storage devices” to incite terrorism, local reports alleged, without elaborating….Reporters Without Borders documented a total of 69 netizens in Chinese jails as of February 2013.[6] Individuals sentenced during the coverage period included Cao Haibo, a cybercafé employee who received eight years in jail 2012 for promoting democracy online.[7]Long-term detainees include 2010 Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo, who is serving an 11-year sentence on charges of “inciting subversion of state power” for publishing online articles, including the prodemocracy manifesto Charter 08.[8] …Members of religious and ethnic minorities face particularly harsh treatment for transmitting information abroad and accessing or disseminating banned content.[9] In the aftermath of ethnic violence in Tibet in 2008 and Xinjiang in 2009, local courts imposed prison sentences on at least 17 individuals involved in websites that reported on Tibetan or Uighur issues, often in closed trials.[10] Many details of the charges and sentences were not reported even to the defendants’ families, but at least two Uighur website managers, Memetjan Abdulla and Gulmire Imin, were jailed for life. http://www.freedomhouse.org/report/throttling-dissent-chinas-new-leaders-refine-internet-control/violations-user-rights

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11-8-2012   China is only two years away from developing nuclear-powered submarines, according to a report from the congressionally-mandated U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission.

China is “on the cusp of attaining a credible nuclear triad of land-based intercontinental ballistic missiles, submarine-launched ballistic missiles, and air-dropped nuclear bombs,” the report stated.  http://www.ibtimes.com/china-two-years-away-deploying-nuclear-submarines-report-865510

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photo-Kuan Yin by Ruth Hawkins

The desire of the Nephilim to have a slave race has always been the imitation of the divine Guru/chela relationship.  I must tell you and remind you that the sinking of Atlantis was triggered by the misuse of the seed of Sanat Kumara….Realize then that the Mother-flame is your immunity against all sin….Realize then that the Mother will not extend immunity to anyone upon Earth who misuses her light.     -Kuan Yin:  12-11-1981 at Camelot via Messenger of the Great White Brotherhood Elizabeth Clare Prophet

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