The efficiency and quality of solving civil litigations are expected to be further improved in China, according to a draft amendment to the Civil Procedure Law.
China saw a rapid growth of applications involving intellectual property rights and stronger support in this regard last year, thanks to the country's increasingly intensified efforts on IPR protection and development.
China's top court has pledged to clarify rules for judging cases involving new forms of business and refine unfair competition and monopoly criteria to maintain market order and meet new social development demands.
Chinese courts will strengthen intellectual property rights protection in new fields and more harshly punish violators, in order to effectively implement a newly released development plan.
A total of 245 smartphone applications and more than 618,000 web links have been directly removed by authorities for copyright infringement since a nationwide campaign was launched in June, Chinese officials said on Tuesday.
China's protection of intellectual property rights will be much stricter by 2025, with a high level of public satisfaction and greater market value of IPR, according to a development plan made public on Wednesday.
September this year marks the three-year found anniversary of the Beijing Internet Court (BIC).
China will strengthen efforts to regulate behavior in cyberspace to provide a better online environment for the public and promote further development of the internet.