A New Means of Supervision
In 2012, the Internet not only changed people's way of life, but also altered the fate of certain Chinese officials. Microblogging offered a new means of exposing corruption online
Now, Watchmen Watching Watches

Amid a microblogging boom in China, a growing number of people have spread first-hand materials exposing officials' misdeeds on their microblogs with great alacrity and precision. In response, anti-corruption agencies around China have been opening official microblogs to receive tip-offs from the public about officials' misdeeds.

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