But now, as TikTok continues to deny U.S. accusations of data mishandling, of it bowing to pressure from Beijing, a new report from the cyber experts at ProtonMail has called those denials into question. “Beware,” it warns, “the social media giant not only collects troves of personal data on you, but also cooperates with the CCP, extending China’s surveillance and censorship reach beyond its borders.”
The new report comes from Proton Mail whose social accounts frequently post “Free Hong Kong” and related slogans. Not exactly an “unbiased” report, this is much closer to an opinion.
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ya seems legit, he raped a minor, but let him live with the victim and raise a child… wait a second…
Undercover morality agent spits at teenage girls, asks ‘where’s your owner’ and says ‘I’ll f*** your mother’ after seeing them without hijab in Iran : worldnews
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Viewpoint from Sudan – where black people are called slaves. And couple, Reem Khougli and Issam Abdulraheem faced abuse for marrying each other : worldnews
This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 92%. (I’m a bot)
There were dozens of similar comments – not surprising in a country where many Sudanese who see themselves as Arabs, rather than Africans, routinely use the word “Slave”, and other derogatory words, to describe black people.
There are no reliable statistics on the ethnic breakdown of Sudan’s population, let alone their relative wealth, but a Darfuri-based rebel group fighting for the rights of black people estimates that 60% of Khartoum residents are black.
The superiority complex of many members of the Arab elite lies at the heart of some of the worst conflicts to hit Sudan since independence, as black people either demand equality or their own homeland.