The Intelligentisation of Social Governance: The rise of Chinese Surveillance State

By – Sruthi Kalyani

Amidst more informatised and intelligent forms of surveillance and control, especially when these technologies are widely exported, the geopolitical implications are worrisome. With these concerns, this issue brief attempts to study and analyse the consequences of China’s ‘intelligentised social governance’. The brief is divided into two sections – the first section outlines the development of China’s surveillance mechanisms over the years, and the second section identifies certain geopolitical implications of China’s digital authoritarianism and surveillance practices.

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