Reuters reveals Myanmar’s junta rolls out Chinese camera surveillance systems in more citieson July 10, 2022 at 3:35 pm

Reuters was first to report Myanmar’s junta government is installing Chinese-built cameras with facial recognition capabilities in more cities across the country. Since the February 2021 coup, local authorities have started new camera surveillance projects for at least five cities, including Mawlamyine, the country’s fourth-largest city. 

The post Reuters reveals Myanmar’s junta rolls out Chinese camera surveillance systems in more cities appeared first on Reuters News Agency.

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