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, Bryce Dallas Howard stars as a woman who has fallen victim to the evils of a social credit score.

Which is, essentially, an individual rating based on social media clout.

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Since then top stars including Judd Trump, Neil Robertson and defending champion Mark Selby have lifted the trophy.

World Snooker Chairman Barry Hearn said: “We are delighted to be working with Star Xing Pai and Beijing Fuhua for the first time on what will be a truly magnificent China Open event.

In the first instalment of the series, Detective Griffin returns to her remote New Zealand hometown of Laketop to visit her dying mother and begins investigating the disappearance of Tui Mitcham, the twelve-year-old pregnant daughter of the local drug patriarch.

As Robin finds out more about Tui, her world starts to unravel uncovering difficult secrets from her past.

Robin’s search to discover “China Girl’s” identity takes her into the city’s criminal underbelly and closer than she could have imagined to the secrets of her own heart.

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As a result, your rating gives you a class ranking; the lower you fall, the more you are shunned socially, financially, in the workplace, etc. But a nightmare that may be coming true — at least in China, where a social credit system called Zhima Credit is actively evolving through Alipay, a popular form of mobile payment in the country.

Mara Hvistendahl, “In 2014, the State Council, China’s governing cabinet, publicly called for the establishment of a nationwide tracking system to rate the reputations of individuals, businesses, and even government officials.

Everyone owns and is subjected to an app that allows them to rate their interactions with each other, while also sharing status updates and photos.