The system of "karma" in China has deprived millions of people the opportunity to travel


2019-03-04 23:45:09




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According to the Associated Press, the system of social approval in China have stopped millions of potential visitors last year, not allowing them to buy plane tickets or train. Chinese courts have forbidden to carry out flights of 17.5 million times and to get on a train 5.5 million times in 2018. Those who tried to carry out these purchases were halted due to the fact that he was blacklisted for offences committed within the framework of social behavior. Another 128 people were unable to leave the country due to unpaid taxes.

The report of the National public information center approval is also stated that the government has collected more than 14 million of data on "unreliable behaviour" last year, for example, in connection with unpaid loans or false advertising.

How the system works social approval in China

The System was launched in 2014 and is currently supervised by local authorities throughout China. It needs to expand across the country by 2020 and to ensure that every citizen and company social assessment. The goal of the system promote a trusting behavior through a system of "carrot and stick", or punishment and reward. Social "crimes" may include nonpayment of taxes or fines, and drug use. Penalties include restriction of travel, business or access to education. The company could lose access to Bank loans or be barred from state contracts. The oft-repeated slogan of the scheme States: "once the credibility is lost, you will face restrictions everywhere."

Similar to the system of karma, isn't it?

In a liberal Western society, such a system would be very controversial and could become a regime of surveillance with the use of AI that violates human rights. But how weird is that for China? Surprisingly, many citizens welcome it as a way of dealing with fraud and breaches of public health.

Approve of such a system, for example, in Russia? Tell us about it .


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