Beijing – Muslims in China’s Xinjiang were “arbitrarily” selected for arrest by a computer program allegedly displaying suspicious behavior, activists said Wednesday in a report highlighting the role of big data in Oppression in the troubled region. The US-based NGO Human Rights Watch said leaked police records listing over 2,000 detainees from Aksu Prefecture are further evidence of “how technology is fueling China’s brutal suppression of Turkish Muslims in Xinjiang.”
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