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La Chine est en train de construire un énorme système de surveillance numérique. L’État collecte des quantités massives de données auprès de citoyens consentants : les avantages sont pratiques et les personnes qui respectent les règles sont récompensées. Les critiques l’appellent “le projet orwellien le plus ambitieux de l’histoire de l’humanité”. Le système de surveillance numérique de la Chine implique des quantités massives de données collectées par l’État. Dans le soi-disant « cerveau » de Shanghai, par exemple, les autorités ont un œil sur tout. Sur des écrans géants, ils peuvent passer à l’une des quelque un million de caméras, pour savoir qui s’endort au volant, qui jette des déchets ou qui ne respecte pas les réglementations sur les coronavirus. “Nous voulons que les gens se sentent bien ici, sentent que la ville est très sûre”, explique Sheng Dandan, qui a aidé à concevoir le “cerveau”. Des sondages suggèrent que la plupart des citoyens chinois sont enclins à voir des avantages plutôt que des risques : si les algorithmes peuvent identifier chaque citoyen par son visage, son discours et même sa façon de marcher, ceux qui enfreignent la loi ou se comportent mal n’auront aucune chance. C’est incroyablement pratique : un smartphone peut être utilisé pour accomplir à peu près n’importe quelle tâche, et le respect des règles conduit à des remises en ligne grâce à un système de notation sociale. C’est ce qui rend le Big Data si attractif, et pas seulement en Chine. Mais d’où viennent les données requises ? À qui appartient-il et qui est autorisé à l’utiliser? Le choix auquel le monde occidental est confronté est de s’engager dans une telle technologie au détriment des valeurs sociales, ou de l’ignorer, permettant à d’autres dans le monde d’établir les règles. #documentary #freedocumentary #China ______ DW Documentary vous donne des connaissances au-delà des gros titres. Regardez les meilleurs documentaires des diffuseurs allemands et des sociétés de production internationales. Rencontrez des gens fascinants, voyagez dans des contrées lointaines, découvrez les complexités de la vie quotidienne et approfondissez votre compréhension de l’actualité et des événements mondiaux. Abonnez-vous et explorez le monde qui vous entoure avec DW Documentary. Abonnez-vous à : Documentaire DW (anglais) : ⮞ Documentaire DW (espagnol) : ⮞ Documentaire DW (arabe) : ⮞ Documentaire DW (allemand) : ⮞ Documentaire DW (hindi) : Pour en savoir plus, visitez : Suivez le documentaire DW sur Instagram : Suivez DW Documentaire sur Facebook : Nous demandons aux téléspectateurs de lire et de respecter la politique de nétiquette DW sur notre chaîne :.

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  1. So it's basically giving away our privacy so that we gain security, to the point that the little mistakes we make as humans could be compiled and used against anyone someday.
    I mean, enough data is being collected for an algorithm to determine every individual's vulnerabilities, points of attack and eventually methods of subjugation.

  2. Well I think data protection laws in the west will prevent China’s level of surveillance. But having been in China myself almost all Chinese supports this level of surveillance and the social credit system.

  3. lol…people pretending to be shocked, while they willingly give away their data and privacy to Google, Facebook and other major tech corporations. Don't be so naive…

  4. Pagan kingdoms coming out all in the open using the same old ideas of control which these pagans ( including European pagans or Chinese pagans) say they have rejected!

  5. "I don't have control over where my data is sent… China or the US". FFS, yes you DO. Germany is in the EU, right? The EU has extremely strict data laws regarding 'off-shore' information processing. Basically, a German's personal data CANNOT be sent to China or the US. Within days of Brexit, Google and Amazon had moved all British personal data to US servers. They had not been able to do that before. This German female is typical of younger Europeans who just don't realise the massive advantages EU citizenship brings them.

  6. Hangzhou is a beautiful city to live in. It is modern and peaceful. There are not so many people here compare to other cities in China. But it is true that there is no freedom in this era of surveillance

  7. The famous "at what cost" quote, lol.
    And also interesting the first country the first interviewee mentioned was US when she worried data security, yet this so called "document" is titled with China.
    Remind me, DW, who spied on Germany Merkel's phone again?

  8. Surveillance state or way of the future?
    Surveillance state definitely Surveillance state.
    Literally George Orwells Big brother. If you let it happen where you live then your next.
    26:12 You don't have to brag buddy I agree you definitely are way way more surveilled and controlled than us in the western world. We have (all be it diminishing by the day) Freedom which we value highly whereas you have none. Good luck with that.

  9. “If you have to be persuaded, reminded, pressured, lied to, incentivized, coerced, bullied,

    socially shamed, guilt-tripped, threatened, punished and criminalized …

    to gain your compliance —

    you can be absolutely certain that what is being promoted is not in your best interest.” – Ian -Watson
    "If you comply because you don't care, then you are an idiot" – Nick Wood.

  10. Imagine being born into such a unnatural hypocrisy. Imprisoned for speaking freedom, just to be ruled out by the very thing "protecting" you. They show only stable individuals and it really makes u wonder for the majority who aren't as fortunate getting pissed on by not being able to make there bills and taxes.

  11. An example on how governments justify violating individuals privacy and controlling people. By the same token they can create false information about people to destroy their lives. What is being presented here is not right and should never be right. It violates human rights and individual freedoms.

  12. Congratulations on a documentary with "no bias" and "neutral" standpoint. This is exactly what I am most worried about. While China is doing so many things in the best and correct way, the west can only embrace the thoughts on reporting them as the "evil". Because this does not just feed the clicks but also cure the fear. DW I have watched several of your videos, sorry to say those about China are mostly misinformed/twisted and look quite like another version of BBC.

  13. A worthy cuase cctv to prevent crime.. a sinister cause cctv used to enslave everybody and prevent resistance to a tyrant.
    freedom fighters or terrorists .?
    Think of >
    WWII French resistance against the Nazi…under this kind of surveillance a resistance group could be identified and crushed.
    These toys don't create a compliant society that puts its trash out correctly..AI will target those who are disabled or are the wrong race or in an out group.

    We all have an in group and a out group, temptation is to persecute those we don't like or fear..
    live and let live western
    in China its live and let die.
    absolute power corupts absolutely.

  14. God bless China and its people.
    No matter, how you the outsiders hate it, are jealousy of it, are scared of it, or have a prejudice against it,
    Chinese people LOVE CHINA, LOVE THEIR GOVERNMENT IN FIGHTING COVID-19, LOVE ITS GOVERNANCE IN FIGHTING AGAINST ABSOLUTE POVERTY, CORRUPTION, IN CONTROLLING MONOPOLY, CAPITALISTS, IN MAINTAINING INTERNAL PEACE AND PROSPERITY FOR ITS PEOPLE.
    Only with LOVE, FAITH, AND FAIRNESS, you will be able to see TRUTH ONE DAY.

  15. This is a nightmare for all (or almost all) people in the West. Are there any Chinese people who are not happy about that? Or would they get in trouble for admitting that on camera? The surveillance is much worse than what Orwell was capable of imagining. It is getting worse in the West as well but it is nothing compared with China.

  16. It is interesting to see how the surveillance center works as someone currently living in Shanghai, especially the part about identifying who broke the trash rule. However, one thing I found odd is around 21:18. The statement of recording digital footprint is a bit weird to me. What this little girl bought is just a random sweet dish, and of course the payment app needs to record this transaction cause this is what a payment app is for. The gov would not check it unless they specifically want information of this girl. For example, if there is an AMBER alert, then the officials are very likely to check with the payment app to trace the missing kid's footprint. In the case, it is the same as every other country using credit card. The bank would record the transaction info just as the payment app.

    How the sentence was framed here is so obviously biased – it sounds like the gov is a crazy stalker. It might be sometimes, nobody knows, but I am sure it is not that crazy and also not that capable to track everyone in real-time. I agree that the risk of this system is the possibility of being misused, however, what I would like to put here is that it is not that powerful as sometimes being described by some people who have preconceptions.

  17. That's called a tyrannical communistic society. People that adhere to that bullshit have never lived in freedom, because that's the opposite of freedom, no thanks.

  18. As an ordinary Chinese, I believe that technological advancement has brought more security to people. I feel safer in recent years, and the crime rate has become lower and lower. Others seem less important.

  19. Very interesting documentary, but the surveillance and oppressive nature of the CCP does make me hope that the woman interviewed in this documentary is safe after revealing what she witnessed in those centers.

  20. China has always been pathological control freaks. History is littered with examples of what happens when humans are prevented and punished for thinking and expressing themselves freely. We as a race are looking at a very dark future indeed if we do not resist government control with every fiber of our being. China has become the very embodiment of evil, enabled by tech they have gravitated to the very worst human traits fed by another trait- fear.

  21. THIS IS WHAT THE WEST IS USING COVID TO IMPLANT. CAN YOU IMAGINE DEMOCRATS TELLING BLACK COMMUNITIES WHAT'S IN STORE FOR THEM. BETTER SHAPE UP ALL. The American Redoubt is looking better everyday.

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