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Vice President Joe Biden today publicly criticized the Chinese government for its restrictions on foreign journalists, saying that the US has "profound disagreements" on Beijing's treatment of American media outlets. As the New York Times reports, Biden made the comments during a speech in Beijing, and privately discussed the matter with Chinese President Xi Jinping. The Chinese government has cracked down on foreign media as of late, refusing to issue residence visas to some several correspondents from Bloomberg and the Times after each publication ran stories on the wealth of leading Chinese officials. Last month, employees at Bloomberg alleged that the news service decided to not publish a report on the political connections of China's wealthiest man, amid fears that the article would hinder future reporting in the country and hurt the company's sales of news terminals.
An electric car owner has been arrested and detained for 15 hours for “stealing” around 5 cents worth of electricity from a middle school. Kaveh Kamooneh plugged an extension cable from his Nissan Leaf into an exterior outlet at Chamblee Middle School in Georgia while watching his 11-year-old son play tennis. Minutes later, a Chamblee police officer appeared and warned him that he would be charged for theft for taking electricity from the school. Kamooneh hadn’t sought permission from the school to charge his car, and Chamblee Police claim he had previously been advised he was not allowed on the school tennis courts without permission.
China Mobile Ltd, the country's largest mobile operator, has signed a long-awaited deal with Apple Inc to offer iPhones on its network, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing an anonymous source familiar with the matter. The news comes a day after China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology issued 4G licenses to China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom in another widely expected move. The rollout of iPhones by the world's largest mobile carrier by users, with more than 700 million subscribers, is expected to start around the time of a December 18 China Mobile conference in the southern city of Guangzhou, according to two people familiar with the carrier's plans, the newspaper reported. Officials with Apple and China Mobile declined to comment.