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Q: How to map 1.4 b-raz-illion Chinese by 2020?

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-01/dog-parks-trains-chinas-social...

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Citizens in one Chinese provincial capital can now be permanently blacklisted by China's Orwellian digital panopticon 'social credit system' for simply failing to clean up after their pets

It's but the latest manifestation of the recently implemented, though long in development, nationwide social scoring credit system where people are ranked and punished or rewarded for their behavior, via The Telegraph:

Chinese cities are launching a scoring system for dog owners where anyone found failing to care for their pets could be forced to pay a fine - or even have their dog confiscated.

The credit system is already being enforced in the Chinese city of Jinan, and requires anyone with a dog to register with the police - with only one dog permitted per person.

The license starts with a dozen points and is embedded as a QR code on a dog’s collar. Points are then deducted for various infractions, such as walking a dog without a leash or tag, not cleaning up poo, or being reported for a disturbance. Owners are docked three points if dogs are walked without a leash, for example, which must be less than 1.5 metres in length and under the control of someone at least 18 years of age.

 

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I wonder if you get bonus points added for eating the dog and saving food and water resources and lowering your carbon footprint on mother earth.

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I wonder if you get bonus points added for eating the dog and saving food and water resources and lowering your carbon footprint on mother earth.

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dog crap all over the sidewalks here. have Never seen anyone scoop poop.  how do four humanoids in a small-ass flat keep a giant stinky dog in that tiny flat too?  Ok, I grew up where a dog was an animal, not a pet, and they lived outside.  Don't they need to pee in the middle of the night? Are these folks taking them out to relieve themselves in the middle of the night? Or does it just pee on the floor?  Nasty! 

 

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If people refuse to learn civil behavior, maybe it is necessary to force it on them. Even developed countries enforce public health laws.

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How do you walk? Is that about flat feet? I might have better credit score   in China 'cause ....

 

The Chinese Government Identifies Citizens By The Way They Walk

As if the “social credit” scoring system wasn’t terrifying enough...

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