The Global Secure Information Exchange System (GSIXS, written and pronounced as G6), known as mìngyùn (命运, destiny) in China, is an international network for biosurveillance, health informatics, and implantable medical devices (IMDs). Owned by Zhupao and administered by the United Nations (UN), G6 was developed in 2040 as part of a China-led multilateral response to the CMD pandemic. G6 operates worldwide under a World Health Organisation (WHO) charter, which limits the network’s functionality to what is strictly required for the purposes of biosurveillance. (Full article…)
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