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A non-sensationalized description of China's social credit system as explained by a Yale Senior Research Scholar in Law : Jeremy L. Daum

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    I've read a lot of sensationalized headlines and articles being written about this topic in the past. Even what I would consider legitimate news sources seem to parrot the sensationalized and...

    I've read a lot of sensationalized headlines and articles being written about this topic in the past. Even what I would consider legitimate news sources seem to parrot the sensationalized and often times outright fabrications of illegitimate sources when in regards to anything about China, and especially in regards to this social credit system. I'm not in the business of defending China, but I like to have my information as close to truth as possible with as little opinion as possible. I've seen a lot of users on reddit parroting the misinformation and passing it off like it's fact and receiving thousands of upvotes. It distresses me how fast misinformation spreads while everybody ignores non-sensationalized facts. This seems to be one of the most in depth explanations on the social credit system as it was actually planned and it's implementation.

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