In the lead-up to the 2008 Olympics, HRIC has been monitoring key aspects of preparations
for the Beijing Games, including sponsorships, venue construction and the Chinese government's commitments as host of the Games. This update focuses on security preparations for the Olympics, with an emphasis on the use of advanced technology to secure Beijing and the Games. It also examines human rights concerns raised by the installation of this sophisticated security apparatus. Finally, this update explores the role of international corporations in security preparations, and presents available information
about contracts that have already been reached.
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Title: Security in Beijing 2008 and Beyond
Publication date 2008-06-04
Publication Year 2008
Human Rights in China
Asia (Eastern) / China
, security apparatus
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