A US Senate report highlighted China’s use of facial recognition technology, biometric data collection, big data analytics, surveillance of digital communications and internet censorship. Photo: AFP A US Senate report highlighted China’s use of facial recognition technology, biometric data collection, big data analytics, surveillance of digital communications and internet censorship. Photo: AFP
A US Senate report highlighted China’s use of facial recognition technology, biometric data collection, big data analytics, surveillance of digital communications and internet censorship. Photo: AFP

Senate report says US may lose ‘cyber domain’ to China

  • The 58-page report is the latest glaring sign of the distrust toward China that now runs rampant in Washington, across the entire political spectrum
  • New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez warns of a ‘global dystopian future, dominated by a hi-tech, totalitarian state’

Topic |   US-China tech war
A US Senate report highlighted China’s use of facial recognition technology, biometric data collection, big data analytics, surveillance of digital communications and internet censorship. Photo: AFP A US Senate report highlighted China’s use of facial recognition technology, biometric data collection, big data analytics, surveillance of digital communications and internet censorship. Photo: AFP
A US Senate report highlighted China’s use of facial recognition technology, biometric data collection, big data analytics, surveillance of digital communications and internet censorship. Photo: AFP
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