1. China’s new security law covers everything from finance to religion

China’s new security law covers everything from finance to religion

China has passed a new security law that tightens government control over many spheres of people's lives.

By: | London | Published: July 2, 2015 2:40 AM

China has passed a new security law that tightens government control over many spheres of people’s lives.

According to BBC, the law is believed to cover everything from finance and cyber security to religion.

Reports suggest that it will “protect people’s fundamental interests”.

It is part of a raft of policies by President Xi Jinping that have drawn criticism from foreign governments, businesses and rights groups.

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    Maurie Coleman
    Jul 2, 2015 at 9:08 am
    Not enough details to be of any significant value. WHAt about finance? What about cyber security? What about religion?
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      WiseMan
      Jul 2, 2015 at 2:46 am
      Good. Too much demo-cracy is 'crazy in de-monstration'. Democracy gives many ways to evil (selfishness, disrespect, taken-for-granted, sell-this-sell-that, c-n-divorce, etc), whereas Law gives priority to goodness and respect. There is more peace for good-spirits/people in Lands of Law; there is more peace/freedom for bad-spirits/people in democracy. Bad-people don't like Law. Good people don't like too much freedom.
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