A brief glimpse of law enforcement in China related to global issue trends can be seen as below.
The recent global trend is the boom in social networking sites and the use of face book and twitter has changed the social media working pattern. However China has banned Face book and Twitter use in recent years and this law enforcement by the government was to secure political interest of the country As per ( Kirkland) “The social media site was first blocked following the July 2009 Urumqi riots after it was perceived that Xinjiang activists were using Face book to communicate, plot and plan. Since then, China’s ruling Communist Party has aggressively controlled the internet, regularly deleting posts and blocking access to websites it simply does not like the look of”.
Since the Chinese business arena has grown due to globalization the intellectual property rights have faced more legal formalities. The trade across countries has increased largely and Chinese government has called for unified registration of trademarks by the central government. The patent law, trademark law, and copy right law has changed as the business transactions of China with other countries have increased. As per ( About ) “Chinese intellectual property rights administrative departments exercise their legally stipulated powers and functions to safeguard law and order within the field of intellectual property, encourage fair competition, mediate disputes, settle cases involving violations of intellectual property rights, and protect the interests of the broad masses of the people by maintaining a good social and economic environment”.
On the ground to protect religious integrity and harmony China has imposed ban on certain religious activities. Some religious activities have been avoided on humanitarian basis and sensitivity of religious beliefs. China has more concentration of Buddhism followers and