China's Biggest Polluters Face Wrath of Data-Wielding Citizens

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  • Laser Egg air monitor sold out amid pollution red alert
  • More sources of air quality data leading push for change

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Besides facing hefty fines, criminal punishments and the possibility of closing, the worst emitters in China risk additional public anger as new smartphone applications and lower-cost monitoring devices widen access to data on pollution sources.

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