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Today's e-Reads: FCC Pledges Neutrality; Easy Come, Easy Go Cash Transfers

Will the G8 call for tighter Internet regulation?

FCC: we will be neutral on wireless market

Tech executives will address the G-8 summit Thursday.

AT&T to launch its new LTE network

British lawmakers look to tweak strict privacy law after Twitter users defy court injunction.

An easier way to transfer money

Office of Management and Budget scrapping sites that would have allowed federal employees to swap work tips and detail quality of federal services to the general public.

More hacks force Sony to shut down its PlayStation Network, Sony shut down some of its Internet services in Canada, Thailand and Indonesia

The Wall Street Journal discusses how Lady Gaga's new album has become a pawn in a price war over digital music sales between Apple and Amazon.

USA Today examines the battle between Microsoft and Google over cloud services

Google is planning to unveil a new mobile payment service.

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