For For Cathay Crews Crossing Borders With Electronics

Cathay Pacific, generally as a company and specifically for crews traveling into the People's Republic of China, are under punitive scrutiny by the CAAC (regulators and enforcers of aviation policy in China). Under the false premise of air safety, the collection of personal employee data, inspection of phones and other electronics, and denial of entry of anyone supporting or participating in the Hong Kong pro-democracy protests are clearly an action based on politics. Fundamental human rights to privacy, expression, peaceful assembly, redress of grievances, and self-governance are being challenged. Will these be respected? Will these be infringed to the point of irrelevance? You must protect and exercise your freedoms or lose them. For more effective resistance to invasive electronics inspections at any national border, the following list of suggestions is offered to defend crew and passenger privacy:



Hong Kong police, infiltrating and beating protesters 8/2019
Photo credit: Will Horton
Cathay Pacific memo to crews regarding support
or participation in pro-democracy demonstrations.


Military build up Shenzhen, China, 25 km northwest of Hong Kong.
Photo credit: Alexandre Krauss
Military build up Shenzhen, China, 25 km northwest of Hong Kong.
There will be a fight over the truth or lie of One Country Two Systems.


Protesters at Hong Kong International Airport
Photo credit: Paul Kotta
Protesters at Hong Kong International Airport


Hong Kong police, infiltrating and beating protesters 8/2019
Photo credit: Hong Kong Free Press
"Imagine a boot stamping on a human face - forever." -- George Orwell, "1984"
Hong Kong police, infiltrating and beating protesters 8/2019


Tags: Hong Kong, AntiElab, Cathay Pacific, Electronics at the Border

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