Beyond Black Mirror – China’s Social Credit System – re:publica 2019

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The Chinese social credit system has been a widely discussed, charged, and controversial global topic often portrayed as the realization of Orwell`s “1984” or a Black Mirror episode. But both inside and outside of China, understandings concerning the system are far from perfect. One year ahead of its official implementation, we take a closer look at what it is and what it will look like, as our group of experts set out to debunk some of the biggest myths concerning the system.

Kaiser Kuo: https://supchina.com

Jeremy Daum: https://www.chinalawtranslate.com/en/

Genia Kostka

Manya Koetse: https://www.whatsonweibo.com/

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