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Mobile app joins toolbox in anti-corruption effort

By Zhang Yi and Zhang Yan | China Daily | Updated: 2015-07-21 07:51

Hand-held technology seen as easy channel for whistleblowers to submit evidence about graft

As the anti-corruption campaign gathers steam across the country, the top anti-graft authority is drawing on the latest Internet technology to encourage members of the public to pass on evidence of officials' misconduct.

The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection recently revamped its website and its mobile app in an effort to make it easier for anyone to provide tips about suspected corruption.

Mobile app joins toolbox in anti-corruption effort

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