The lawyer and Gao Yu's friends fear that her health may deteriorate after she is admitted to hospital.
China denies taking part in a recent hacker attack on the Register.com website, saying it too is the victim of such attacks.
The students say more than 400 people fell seriously ill on Thursday night, with many taken to hospital for treatment.
The report follows rumors that the two were involved in a political conspiracy at the highest level.
The protesters mark the anniversary of last year's student-led Sunflower Movement that occupied government buildings.
The women say there is nothing illegal about campaigning against sexual harassment.
The limited space for civil society shrank even further in 2014, a report says.
Some critics say Xu should be tried posthumously, while others doubt official reports surrounding his death.
Local residents say civilian runways and high school sports fields have been taken over by fighter jets.
By deleting social media accounts, the ruling Chinese Communist Party is trying to silence critics during the country's annual parliament, activists say.
The city's government and pro-Beijing politicians dismiss calls for a public referendum on the plan.
The mothers and relatives of those who died in the 1989 military crackdown on pro-democracy protests remain under surveillance, however.
Guo Chunping is handed a 14-day administrative sentence for 'planning to hold an illegal gathering.'
Residents of Yunnan's Nansan township say they have seen dead bodies in the forest nearby.
At least three people are detained and several injured by police beatings and police dog bites, workers say.
Ugly scenes in the city's shopping malls could harm the cause of the pro-democracy movement, some fear.
The activists had planned to hold events to mark International Women's Day on Sunday.