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溫哥華海底撈裝60個監控攝像頭,信號直接送匪區,中共社會信用體系危害世界。

溫哥華海底撈被曝光,裝大量攝像頭,引發其作用和對加拿大法律、人權、隱私的擔憂。

在加拿大吃飯也被監控

據Sunday Guardian報導,海底撈一家加拿大溫哥華分店的經理潘某承認,他的店在海底撈總部的要求下,安裝了六十多個監控攝像頭。他的店有30張桌子,每張桌子安排了兩個監控攝像頭。

潘某說是作為中國社會信用體系的一部分,主要目的是懲罰有沒有照公司標準操作的員工並「追蹤人」。當問到為什麼的時候,潘說這是機密。不過他說這和社會信用體系以及國家安全有關。

這裡有兩個問題:1)公司在加拿大操作,是否應該按照加拿大的基本法律保障員工的基本權利,這個操作是否違反加拿大法律?2)實際監控和收集到的當然不只是員工信息,也包括顧客的信息,收集這些信息並送回中國是否違法?

距海底撈新店步行距離內,就是華為為臨時安排支援孟晚舟的員工租用的房子。到孟晚舟住的豪宅和中領館都不到10分鐘,這可能沒有關係,但也可能有。

現在的問題是:

1.  收集這些信息幹什麼?媒體報導認為是中國的社會信用系統的一部分,這很難說服人,因為針對員工的評價完全可以在分店這一級完成,監控錄像屬於初級原始信息,不必要送回國內。

當然,從另一個角度,作為中國社會信用系統擴展到全世界的和中國有關的企業和個人,這本身就是個非常嚴重的問題。

2. 這些監控信息傳回國內給誰了?如果是總部,那就不是機密,如果是國安或其它情報機構,我不會吃驚。

海底撈屬於民企,但這不重要,因為沒有一個民企能拒絕中共的要求,沒有例外,再說國企也能披上民企的外衣,鳳凰衛視和華為都自稱是民企呢。即使真的是公司要做的,國安拿去也是輕而易舉的。

早在2005年前,據逃亡海外的中共特工郝鳳軍說,外企網絡公司,國安公安去拿數據,沒有拒絕的,雅虎只是香港公司被曝光了而已。外企都這樣,國內私企更不用說了。馬雲多牛啊,還不是說整就整了?

3. 這樣做有沒有違反加拿大的相關法律?或者根本就沒有這類法律,因為以前從來沒有這種事,也沒有其它國家會這麼做的。

海底撈被曝光了,還有多少沒有被曝光的?加拿大有,美國當然有,歐洲也不會落後,問題是有多少?有沒有相應的法律管轄?

美國的大城市,如洛杉磯、舊金山、紐約,有多少中共國企私企的分支在美國提供對公眾服務的,如餐飲業,當然還有很多其它服務業的,有多少在顧客不知情的情況下被收集了個人信息傳到中國去的?

洛杉磯和紐約還有不少中餐館,是中共海外活動基地,包括收集情報和各種活動的指揮中心。早在2008年紐約法拉盛攻擊法輪功事件中就暴露了好幾個這類窩點。

美國在川普(特朗普)時期開始關注中共對美國滲透問題,但重點還是在間諜活動上,包括盜竊知識產權,後期開始關注大外宣和統戰。但對這種無聲無息滲入美加社會,破壞美加法律,改變美加社會運作,公開收集美加公民個人信息的行為,無論是關注度還是對應措施都還遠遠不夠。

而中共的治理手段,如這個社會信用體系直接應用到其它國家,這就是中共模式的入侵了。這更嚴重。而媒體對英屬哥倫比亞勞工局的提問被推到下級辦事人員,也就是完全沒有當回事。而加拿大總理辦公室也沒有回應記者問題。

溫哥華海底撈裝60個監控攝像頭 信號直接送匪區

China’s surveillance system of ‘social credit’ has expanded globally and is now openly operational in Western Canada.
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada: China’s Orwellian “social credit system” that records the social and financial behaviour of individuals and corporations across China, using a vast surveillance system, has expanded globally, and is now openly operational at the renowned Haidilao hot pot restaurant, in Western Canada.

Ryan Pan, a manager with Haidilao Hot Pot in Vancouver confirmed that over 60 surveillance cameras have been installed in the restaurant at the request of the Haidilao corporation, as part of the social credit system in China. He said that the Vancouver location has 30 tables with two cameras assigned to each table.

When asked specifically why Haidilao required so many cameras to monitor staff and patrons, Ryan Pan said that the cameras were installed to “punish” staff if they didn’t adhere to corporate standards and to “people track”. Pan also said that the video is sent back to China but declined to say why this was, other than to say the reason for this was “secret.”

Founded in Sichuan, China, the Haidilao opened up at two locations in the Vancouver region, the most recent of which was opened in 2018 in a former Swiss Chalet restaurant in the trendy Kitsilano district of Vancouver. The location is within walking distance of the home rented by Huawei for staff temporarily re-located to Vancouver to assist Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer (CFO) of the telecom giant. Following her arrest and hearing over a provisional US extradition request for fraud and conspiracy to commit fraud in order to circumvent US sanctions against Iran. The Haidilao location is no more than 10 minutes to Meng Wanzhou’s mansion and the Peoples Republic of China Consulate. Haidilao has over 935 locations around the world and more than 36 million VIP members and 60,000 plus staff.

We reached out to Ivy Li, with the Canadian Friends of Hong Kong, who is a well-known public speaker, writer and activist on matters related to China and pro-democracy, to ask why Canadians should be concerned that China’s social credit system is now operational in Canada.

Ivy, who was born and raised in Hong Kong, had this to say in response: “Not only ethnic Chinese Canadians and residents, and businesses with Chinese ties are put at risk, but the privacy and safety of all Canadians and our society are compromised. Customers at a popular ethnic cuisine restaurant, especially in an upscale area, could be diplomats and politicians entertaining their guests, CEOs discussing their business strategies, professionals talking about company projects, journalists conducting interviews, etc., etc. Dinners discuss a wide range of subjects, especially after a couple of wine. The dining table in a popular restaurant is one of the best places to eavesdrop on someone and to get the pulse of a society.”

China’s surveillance system of ‘social credit’ has expanded globally and is now openly operational in Western Canada.
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