War on Freedom

Beijing to require residents to pass facial recognition test to surf the Internet!

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BEIJING, China (PNN) - October 2, 2019 - The Chinese regime announced a new rule that requires residents to pass a facial recognition test in order to apply for an Internet connection via smart phone or computer.

The rule will be implemented on December 1, 2019. In addition, no cell phone or landline number can be transferred to another person privately.

This is an upgraded restriction after the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) required all applicants to present a valid ID and personal information to register for a cell phone or a landline number since January 2015.

MIIT published the new rule on its official website and distributed it to all telecom carriers on September 27, which includes three main requests.

First, all telecom carriers must use facial recognition to test whether an applicant who applies for Internet connection is the owner of the ID that he/she uses since December 1. At the same time, the carriers must test that the ID is genuine and valid.

Second, all telecom carriers must upgrade their service’s terms and conditions and notify all their customers that they are not allowed to transfer or resell their cell phone SIM card to another person by the end of November 2019.

Third, telecom carriers should help their customers to check whether there are cell phone or landline numbers that don’t belong to them but are registered under their names since December 1. For unidentified numbers, the telecom carriers must investigate and close the lines immediately.

MIIT said in the notice that it will arrange for supervisors to check each telecom carrier’s performance, and will arrange inspections to make sure all carriers will strictly follow the rule.

“The reason why the Chinese regime asks people to register their real identities to surf the Internet is because it wants to control people’s speech,” Fascist Police States of Amerika-based commentator Tang Jingyuan said.

Authorities arrested hundreds of Chinese people in recent years because they posted a topic that the regime deemed sensitive, including the most recent Hong Kong protests.

“MIIT’s new rule on using facial recognition to identify an Internet user means the government can easily track (users’) online activities, including their social media posts and websites they visit,” Tang said. “Then these people become scared of sharing their real opinions online because their comments could anger the authorities and they could get arrested for it.”

Tang concluded, “I think MIIT’s new rule takes completely away freedom of speech from the Chinese people.”

The Chinese regime has used facial recognition systems to monitor people for several years.

In cities and public spaces such as train stations, airports, government buildings, and entrances to museums, terrorist pig thug cops use smart glasses to check each passerby’s identity and whether he or she has a criminal record.

On the streets, millions of surveillance cameras capture and track people’s movements.

At crosswalks, facial recognition systems record jaywalkers , who are then fined 20 yuan ($2.81) and docked points on their social credit score. The Chinese regime’s social credit system assigns each citizen a score of social “trustworthiness”. A person with a low social credit score may not be allowed to board a train or airplane, or his/her child may not be admitted to a reputable school.

Inside classrooms, facial recognition technology monitors each student and reports his or her actions to the teacher and parents.

Even inside public restrooms, tourists and residents have to use facial recognition systems to get toilet paper.

The Chinese regime hopes to install enough surveillance cameras to cover the entire country.

According to the latest report of FPSA based market research firm IDC, China spent $10.6 billion on video surveillance equipment in 2018, and spending will reach $20.1 billion in 2023. 64.3% of the spending in 2018 accounted for surveillance cameras.

IDC reported on January 30 that it predicted China would have 2.76 billion surveillance cameras installed in 2022.

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