Australians flagged in CCP security files which shed light on surveillance state and monitoring of Uyghurs

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Publisher Janis Manning and former intelligence chief Geoff Miller are among the Australians identified in the database.(ABC News: Emma Machan)
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The identities of 161 Australian citizens — including a former intelligence chief, government officials and business leaders — have been exposed in a hacked Shanghai security database which reveals the inner workings of China’s surveillance state. Continue reading “Australians flagged in CCP security files which shed light on surveillance state and monitoring of Uyghurs”