Is moving from China, the worlds most advanced tech country...to a country where the head of cyber security can’t use a computer, a really good idea?
Even if your assumption that China is the world's most tech advance country was true, which is not, the answer is yes. It is a good idea. China is ruled by an authoritarian regime, a dictatorship and the government has access to any data they might want for their purposes. And the whole world has seen their purposes in how they treat all neighbouring countries including their own people in the example of Xinjiang. So yes, it's a great idea to have our data in any other country, including the ones that their cyber security minister can't use a computer.
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Anyone knows how are these protests organized? I assume from social media but where, which group, hashtag etc? I am not from Myanmar but I'd like to know next time to join.
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Everyone complains about this but no one really does anything substantial. How about we organize a demonstration to put some more pressure to the government?
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In our prefecture important items are disappearing, like bread flour and yeast which I had to now order from Amazon, 25 kg of flour and 250 grams of yeast which should make about 100 breads or about 100 days. The flour is same price has local super but better quality.
This is why the disappear. Because people buy 25kg of flour to make bread for 100 days...
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