Paul Mozur is a technology correspondent focused on the intersection of technology and geopolitics in Asia. He has been twice named a Pulitzer Prize finalist. He has covered China's innovation boom, the global spread of disinformation on Facebook, the rise of new surveillance technologies, and the emerging tech competition between China and the United States. His articles have revealed how Chinese police automated racial profiling in video surveillance, quietly covered the country in phone trackers, and used technology to target minorities in Xinjiang. He has also written about the spread of China's surveillance tools to South America, the fight for digital privacy in the Hong Kong protests, and the ways the Myanmar military used Facebook to incite ethnic hatred. He has worked as a journalist in Asia since 2007. A Mandarin speaker, he previously worked for The Wall Street Journal, The Standard, and The Far Eastern Economic Review.