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像我这样过北京而门不入的人大概跟我一样肠子都悔青了吧！一辈子也看不到第二次啦！！ 注：图片全部来源于Getty Images，转载请注明他们的版权。 A dancer performs during the Opening Ceremony for the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics at the National St...继续阅读
BEIJING (AP) — China has ratcheted up surveillance and security in every phase of the Beijing Olympics — even the tickets.
In a move unprecedented for the Olympics, tickets for the opening and closing ceremonies are embedded with a microchip containing the bearer’s photograph, passport details, addresses, e-mail and telephone numbers.
The intent is to keep potential troublemakers from the 91,000-seat National Stadium as billions watch on TV screens around the world. Along with terrorists, Chinese officials fear protesters might wreck the glitzy ceremonies, unfurling Tibet flags, anti-China banners or even T-shirts adorned with strident messages.
Aside from concerns about privacy and identity theft, the high-tech tickets also threaten chaos at the turnstiles.
Tickets for the Aug. 8 opening ceremony are the most expensive of the games — a top price of $720 — and many are in the hands of dignitaries and friends. Delays could create terrible publicity on opening night.
“They should be concentrating on sniffing out the kinds of dangerous stuff rather than worrying about the identify of the people with the tickets,” said Roger Clarke, an Australian security expert. His Xamax Consultancy in Canberra advises businesses in online security and identity authentication.
“The way in which you recognize an evildoer, somebody who wants to throw a bomb, somebody who wants to unfurl a Tibet flag is not on the basis of their identify,” Clarke added. “It’s the act that they perform and it’s the materials they carry with them.”
China was toughened visa restrictions and increased checks at hotels and entertainment areas — all designed to keep track of foreigners as the games approach. Several large public gatherings have been canceled. Thousands of closed-circuit TV cameras will be deployed in and around the venues. Organizers have acknowledged that some security officials will be dressed in volunteer uniforms. Passengers riding the subway and major bus routes will also undergo strict checks.