Women at center of international outcry could be detained again at any time.
Some businesses will be affected, while campaigners say the city shouldn't rely on 'parallel trading.'
One man is sent back to his hometown in Sichuan after he tweeted in support of another detained activist.
The 'Great Cannon' inserts malicious code into requests for Baidu pages to launch attacks against foreign sites.
Dai Xianglong has not been accused of any wrongdoing, and analysts say it is too early to tell how the investigation will develop.
A China-owned company now dominates the city's publishing industry, and books that don't comply with its rules are being returned from stores.
Fellow women's rights activists say they fear the five women may be vulnerable to being 'disappeared,' and held in extrajudicial detention.
Protesters reject an official announcement that the project will be 'shelved.'
The five activists say they did not commit any crimes by planning an anti-sexual harassment campaign.
The blast will further erode public trust in the petrochemicals industry amid growing environmental protest.
Chen's lawyer and fellow activists say the charges are a form of official retaliation for his years of rights campaigning.
Activists try to honor the memories of the president's revolutionary father and an ousted premier.
Riot police use tear gas and rubber bullets to suppress a protest over toxic waste from a chemical plant.
Local residents have campaigned for the arrest of local officials for alleged graft for several months.
Zhou Yongkang looks set to stand trial in the northern port of Tianjin, possibly behind closed doors.
Execution figures are hard to gauge, and are often published only to serve broader political aims, analysts say.
The netizens went by the online handles "Sharp Knife," "Jailbreak Archive," and "Right Road for China."
Beijing hopes to boost its ability to defend its claims in the resource-rich maritime region.
Patients say their medical fees have risen by a factor of at least 10 since last week.