Chinese officials are formulating a judicial interpretation on hacking laws, following other steps by China in the last year to crack down on cybercrime.
A Chinese company that sells a tablet PC like Apple's newly announced iPad may sue the U.S. company over the similar design between the devices.
The U.S. warned that China must become more transparent and predictable, as the Google-China row highlighted a tough business environment for foreign companies.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer defended the company's presence in China as Chinese media seized on Bill Gates saying China's Web censorship was "limited."
Global music labels have lost a lawsuit against China's biggest search engine, Baidu.com, which they accused of facilitating copyright infringement with its song...
China said Google's Android operating system will not be blocked if it follows local regulations.
The Internet has loosened the control Chinese authorities hold over information in the country, but Web censorship there is still widely effective.
Five Web sites run by Chinese rights activists were attacked by hackers over the weekend, including with a DDoS attack.
China on Monday dismissed accusations of any government role in alleged cyberattacks on Google and other U.S. companies.
China slammed remarks made by U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton promoting Internet freedom worldwide, saying she harmed U.S.-China relations.
Chinese search engine Baidu.com alleges in a lawsuit against registrar Register.com that it was stranded without technical support after being hacked last week.
China's online game companies increasingly want to offer games in the U.S.
Top Chinese search engine Baidu.com has sued its U.S. domain registrar, Register.com, over a hack that took down the Web site.
China on Tuesday denied any role in alleged cyberattacks on Indian government offices, calling China itself the "biggest victim" of hacking attacks.
China has paid cash rewards to more than 200 people who found online porn and reported it to authorities.