It's hard to cite another governmental system in the world that's more Orwellian than China’s social credit system. Government and business surveillance spies on its citizen's every move and gives a “score” based on how well they behave in accordance to social guidelines set by the CCP. Get caught jaywalking and you might not be able to take a flight. Play your music too loud on the train and you might be denied to book a hotel room. Buy too many video games and your internet might be slowed down.
Partially implemented in 2014, the system completed construction at the end of 2020. Authorities had already banned people from purchasing flights 17.5 million times by the end of 2018.
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