The Police States have been described in books and stories or serials and web series and are good enough only to have a look at them and understand how the reality of that sort might be functional and to what extent will it hamper the lives of people living in that reality. The Chinese citizenry is worried about the rising facial recognition regime that has been undertaken by the government in China and is quick to respond of the rising problems faced by the society in the face on a policing state as well as the lack of flexibility of the system to employ personnel connect and establish ground rules.
The bigger problems here are that the country has no specific laws to govern the state of deployment of the technology or to ensure the data privacy of citizens of individuals is maintained, which will be a troublesome countering argument in the face of such a tragedy taking place through hacking. The deployment of bio-metrics is done by the government to identify and locate every man in the nation, and it’s being done anywhere and everywhere to collect the data points for the system AI that has been attached with the program to detect movements and patterns in the lives of an individual like lab rats. The concerns of data protectionism and the increasing appetite of hackers to take down the system have been rigorously and confidently ignored by the lawmakers in the country, and that has put the interests of the citizen and the individuals in China in jeopardy through harnessing of these technically advanced tools in the domain of policing the state.