China's CCTV cameras can track faces, objects and analyse moods. But some say data privacy concerns are not being addressed.

A crossroad in Beijing, a typical site of the surveillance cameras across China.
A crossroad in Beijing, a typical site of the surveillance cameras across China. (Reuters file)

Up to a 100 million surveillance cameras in China can track a person’s every move.

The next generation of surveillance cameras can recognise faces, objects, and even turn original video streams into structured data.

The Chinese government says it's all to improve efficiency and security, but it comes at the cost of a great deal of privacy.

TRT World's Dan Epstein reports from Beijing.

Source: TRT World