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Server hack yields harrowing images of life inside Chinese detention camps

the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation
China Cables
Xinjiang.”The Chinese Embassy
CNMN Collection WIRED Media Group
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Dan Goodin
2022 11:31 pm
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Adrian Zenz


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His thread provided a broad overview of the leaked materials that included “high-level speeches, implicating top leadership and containing blunt language,” “camp security instructions, far more detailed than China Cables [that] describe heavily armed strike units with battlefield assault rifles,” and other evidence of Uighur oppression at the hands of the Chinese government.The material is unprecedented on several levels:1. The BBC said only that, “The source of the files claims to have hacked, downloaded and decrypted them from a number of police computer servers in Xinjiang, before passing them to Dr. Adrian Zenz, a scholar at the US-based Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation who has previously been sanctioned by the Chinese government for his influential research on Xinjiang.”The Chinese Embassy in Washington, DC, issued a statement to the BBC that said: “Xinjiang related issues are in essence about countering violent terrorism, radicalization, and separatism, not about human rights or religion,” and went on to say that Chinese authorities had taken “a host of decisive, robust and effective deradicalization measures.” The statement added: “The local people are living a safe, happy, and fulfilling life.”You must login or create an account to comment.Join the Ars Orbital Transmission mailing list to get weekly updates delivered to your inbox.

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