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China’s ‘participatory authoritarianism’ plans to boot out bad personal behaviour in a few clicks

Getting cut in line, stepping on people's fresh spit, or a dog's fresh droppings aren't exactly situations that are going to make your day.

Within some Australian jurisdictions, those responsible for these urban living no-nos may be met with fines, or a strong word from a disgruntled fellow citizen watching on.

But in China’s national capital region — a municipal council incorporating the cities of Beijing, Tianjin and Heibei known as Jing-Jin-Ji — authorities have taken things to a…

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