The landscape of digital communications
and the evolution of surveillance technology
is developing at unprecedented speed. As
governments and industry actors debate new
joint ventures to harness the potential of artificial
intelligence in contexts of 5G and facial and
biometric recognition systems and as cloud
computing becomes ever more prevalent, so do
the volume, variety and velocity of available data
for government surveillance. These processes
accelerate exponentially – not just in China but
also in our democracies.

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