Beijing courts resolved 36,800 cases concerning intellectual property rights (IPR) in 2017, more than doubled the number in 2013.
Most cases of fraud in China involved fake part-time job information and online financial products in 2017, according to a report from Qihoo 360 on Monday.
Beijing's top judicial authorities have hailed the efforts made by courts and prosecutors over the past five years to better protect human rights and prevent wrongful convictions.
Beijing police increased efforts to tackle online fraud and solved 1,051 such cases last year, the city’s Public Security Bureau said in a statement on Jan 26.
Beijing has enhanced its supervision over copyright infringement in digital publications, apps, cloud storage and social media platforms such as Sina Weibo and WeChat.
Chinese civil aviation industry insiders have called for tighter regulation on illegal drone flights, as the country has become the world's largest manufacturer of consumer drones.
More than 50 teachers have called on Chinese educational authorities to make a guideline against sexual harassment on campuses as soon as possible.
The lead author of a research report on China's traditional villages has called on legislators to draft a law that protects these culturally important communities from fading away.