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    Crossing the border, risky business.


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    And what, if talked about the protests, you'd get arrested?


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    Makes me think no layover in China is safe now.

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    Soon hotels won't accept us anymore, like it happened to me A.D. 2014


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    Quote Originally Posted by Morrison
    Soon hotels won't accept us anymore, like it happened to me A.D. 2014
    ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthieuTofu
    How does that work - they 'wipe' their phone, but leave the facebook, instagram apps on it?
    Otherwise how do they connect them to their social accounts?

    And what's to stop them from logging into a banking app and transferring funds out - ethics?

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    In Android you can add users. Just do a clean user ID just with just email, wechat etc. There are tricks to hide the original user.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Elefant&Castle
    How does that work - they 'wipe' their phone, but leave the facebook, instagram apps on it?
    Otherwise how do they connect them to their social accounts?

    And what's to stop them from logging into a banking app and transferring funds out - ethics?
    The assumption is that everyone has a social media account.

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    My coworker- HK Chinese with English operating system Android phone had his phone searched going into Shenzhen- said his guy had trouble figuring out his phone. So that's a bit of help...relying on lack of English among the immigration staff...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elefant&Castle
    How does that work - they 'wipe' their phone, but leave the facebook, instagram apps on it?
    Otherwise how do they connect them to their social accounts?

    And what's to stop them from logging into a banking app and transferring funds out - ethics?
    Not clear. My assumption was the police or university set up a special computer with Vpn and forced all the students to use it to log in to their social media accounts.

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