Kodak is censored by the CCP and swears to "respect the Chinese government"

Charlie Taylor

Kodak deleted a post portraying the Xinjiang region from its Instagram after it was reprimanded by CCP supporters. Kodak deleted an Instagram post with photos from the Xinjiang region of China, where the government was accused of serious human rights violations against the mostly Muslim Uighur people after being reprimanded by Beijing supporters. Chinese have been accused of carrying out practices that violate human rights against people of Muslim origin. The allegations began after international rights groups surfaced reports of mass abuses against the Uighur people and other ethnic minorities. The reports detail abuses such as detention and forced labor in concentration camps, performing abortions and non-consensual birth control . Such practices led the US, Canadian parliament and the UK to accuse Beijing of genocide. Beijing refuted these claims, saying its “vocational training centers” in the region were needed to provide jobs and eradicate terrorism. It frequently attacks statements by Western governments expressing concern about the treatment of ethnic minorities. The deleted photo featured the work of French photographer Patrick Wack, who dedicated himself to denouncing current practices in the region through photographs taken in Xinjiang between 2016 and 2019 The collection will be released in a book authored by the photographer.Kodak tried to distance itself from the photographer on Tuesday, after being reprimanded by CCP supporters apologizing for the “misunderstanding” and saying that "will continue to respect the Chinese government" and "will remain under control".To stay up to date, follow the QR Capital on Instagram and on Twitter.Kodak content is censored by the CCP and swears to “respect the Chinese government” appears first in BlockTrends – Blockchain | Investments | Economy.

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