And, Zhang says, the government still has to knit together the country's disparate surveillance networks into one, all-seeing eye. Since the Zhejiang nude swimming area was shut down inother areas have sprung up in the provinces of Hainan and Heilongjiang. If a man swims naked in a pond and there are no women there to see him is he acting immorally? After uprisings in the western regions of Xinjiang and Tibet, the authorities also installed cameras in mosques and temples. The law stipulates that public exposure must be flagrant in order to be a crime, and it is unclear if that label applies to such a secluded area. A Novel of Chengdu.
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Her lawyer later said that she had made her televised statement only because the government had threatened her son.
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Sara, I just want to say I fully approve of female nudity. Li says they also eavesdrop on her conversations to track her movements and arrest her. Critics say the government is using them to discourage dissidents. Bequelin says the Communist Party's ultimate goal is highly accurate, facial-recognition technology that would allow the government to visually track critics in real time. In fact, the government routinely uses cameras to monitor and intimidate dissidents. They speak to us from behind bars, their prisoner status made clear from their uniforms and sometimes shaved heads, their serious expressions and tearful faces. This Chinese tradition has flourished in new forms in the past two years since President Xi Jinping took the helm.