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Higher-Ed Groups Are Warning Colleges Against ‘Surveillance’ of Chinese Academics. On Some Campuses, That’s Already Begun.

Monitoring Chinese scholars in the United States could “trample on individual rights” and impede scientific research, a group of prominent higher-education associations said in a statement released on Monday. The statement, published by the PEN America, a free-speech nonprofit organization, is the latest signal that advocates for American research universities are worried about higher education’s position in the cross hairs as political and economic tensions between the two countries heighten.

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