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China to build child sex offender database

[ – 8/3/19]

China’s Supreme People’s Procuratorate (SPP) announced Friday that a national database of child sex offenders will be established.

The SPP will also promote the building of relevant inquiry and restriction mechanisms for candidates seeking employment related to minors, said Shi Weizhong, a senior prosecutor with the SPP, at a video conference on inter-agency protection of rural left-behind children and children living in difficulties.

Over 3,600 suspects have been prosecuted for criminal offenses against rural left-behind children since 2018, according to Shi.

In the following phase, the procuratorate organs will intensify the supervision on legal proceedings involving disadvantaged children and put in place a compulsory reporting system on possible offenses against them.

Under the proposed system, educational, medical, relief management and welfare institutions will be obligated to promptly report such offenses or suspected offenses, as well as abandonment, according to Shi.

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  1. Tim in WI

    Finally A title that does not use the term ” registry ” which is a politically correct euphemism for ” an electronic database. ” I’ve made an issue of this subject matter via email to advocates. Maybe some ears are listening.

    In China’s case a big communist gov database. The communists there see how darn politically advantageous it is to promote this particular use of the machine. It lends credence to gov surveillance. Come upon a political rival with better ideas than you? Put them on the database.
    America’s SORs is a big socialist gov database. It’s roots from OMNIBUS94 when D’s were in full control of the popular populist vote. The federal unionized socialists also had the Top man on SCOTUS, the agenda setter for the court, one Mr. Rehnquist.
    While Wiki puts him in the conservative ilk- every RINO I’ve seen also makes that claim. Perhaps a better understanding of the man can be had by a review and research of time period Milwaukee politics in his early years in Shorewood, no I don’t mean watching “Happydays” nor “Lavern & Shirley” re-runs. Rehnquist’s parents were also engaged politicos.

    The bill HR5533 Signed into law by W.J.C. a reputed rapist by several women.
    Ain’t that America? Another mass shooting in El paso, TX. today.

  2. AC

    No! Not my country of ancestry. This hurts.

    Unless they don’t mean a public registry….

    • NY won’t let go


      Unless you plan on committing another offense there I don’t think it will matter much. The US and China aren’t really friendly at this point with data.

      I’m supposed to go there in the near future for a conference. If I end up going and getting my visa I’ll let you know how it goes.

      They have a lot of facial recognition there and it’s years ahead of the US as it has to determine the faces of over a billion to judge their social credit report before letting them on the train.

      If you have close ancestry why not just try to get Chinese citizenship and leave the US?

      • Tim in WI

        Treaty Talk?
        Why give the rest of the world the impression SORNA does? What rancher stays in biz advertising the least of his herd? None! Why give them ammo?

        Why IML protects foreign nationals on their soil by presumptive intent based on past guilt? IML & SOR were claimed as “passive” regimes thus civil. Total popular distortion.
        America has been hoodwinked in a way, kinda like NAFTA to foreign data invaders. Firm complain of intellectual property theft by cyber snooping, but who were involved and helped pave the way?

      • Tim in WI

        Yes China uses camera and facial recognition, but that is not the same as knowledge gained by monitoring an identified IP address. The difference is public v private surveillance.
        FTR- Line questions.
        Agent does WI DOC SOR intend to communicate with registrants via email?
        A: NO!
        What more needs said.

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