Googley: How Xinjiang China became an intrusive police state

“Xinjiang residents and, in particular ethnic Uyghurs, are banned from many religious acts and are monitored by authorities living in their homes, as well as surveillance apps, voice printing, and facial recognition cameras. Residents are also banned from entering certain stores and must swipe their ID cards first, which describes them as “safe,” “normal,” or “unsafe.””

https://www.businessinsider.com/xianjiang-province-china-police-state-surveillance-2018-7