Police in Shanghai captured a man suspected of stealing customer information from hotel management company Huazhu Group, the Shanghai Municipal Public Security Bureau said on Wednesday.
The State Council released a circular on Sept 18 to further clarify and regulate the legal system for environmental protection by removing regulations or administrative documents not in line with the central government’s guidelines and related laws.
Interpretation is expected to define justifiability, protect good Samaritans
China is looking to improve online access to public legal services by making legal consultation and other services more available on mobile phones, according to the Ministry of Justice.
A former official was arrested on suspicion of bribery and corruption in Yangzhou, East China's Jiangsu province, on Tuesday, after being reported by his son's ex-girlfriend, according to the provincial procuratorate.
An electric-bike rider who was falsely accused of crashing into a man who was riding another bike behind him in Jinhua, Zhejiang province, has dropped a lawsuit demanding an apology after reaching an out-of-court settlement.
China's statistics authority named and shamed local areas involved in statistical fraud, pledging a continued hard-line stance on and zero tolerance to such illegal practices.
Li Jinlian, whose name was cleared in July after serving 19 years in prison, was awarded more than 2.93 million yuan ($426,852) in state compensation from a court in East China's Jiangxi province on Tuesday, his lawyer said.