New York Times praises communist China for censoring citizens, says mass surveillance offers “own kind of freedom”

 Is strict authoritarianism good for society? According to Heather Kaye of The New York Times, the answer is yes.

Kaye wrote a piece for the Times celebrating the tactics used in communist China to create “benefits” for society such as “kid-friendly internet.” She also praised the totalitarian regime for perpetuating “its own kind of freedom” with mass surveillance of citizens.

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