In an effort to protect national security, China has strengthened its oversight of foreigners and foreign organizations involved in geological surveys or mapping in the country, according to the top legislature.
Problems that arose in the past related to administrative disputes have been alleviated, according to a report released on Thursday by a Beijing court.
Chinese authorities will establish mechanisms to respond quickly to cases that harm attorneys' professional rights, the Ministry of Justice said on Wednesday.
Chinese companies have been facing an increasing number of intellectual property right (IPR) infringement cases, a customs official said Tuesday.
Chinese lawmakers deliberated draft plans on quota distribution for the 13th National People's Congress (NPC) deputy election on Monday as the tenure of current lawmakers expires in March 2018.
Legislators are discussing a law change that would make tech companies that make online maps, such as Baidu, responsible for protecting any personal data they collect or use.
Nuclear facility operators must take full responsibility for safety, according to a draft law submitted to China's top legislature for a second reading on Monday.
The majority of fake stories shared on the Chinese internet involve food safety or give health advice, an online information verification team set up by tech giant Tencent said on Wednesday.