Singapore's world-first face scan plan sparks privacy fears

By Martin Abbugao

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It's OK, the technology is mature and trusted and tested by our partner the CCP on 1.4 billions people, including onerous verifications on 2 millions Uyghurs, and counting.

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A country where chewgum is illegal, this is like spit out on the screen.

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It’s still better than putting microchips in Covid19 vaccines.

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Singapore was always a police state. Being a nanny state has worked for them so far, so who is anyone else to raise issues of privacy concerns.

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Singapore is what the CCP strives to be, a highly controlled one party police state where everyone lives in high rise flats, no traditional poverty to speak of so it all looks pretty and puts on a smiley face to the world.

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