No privacy for you, the NY Times reports.
Regulators will look at AT&T's spectrum claims; hackers threaten more attacks and Comcast takes complains seriously in today's e-Reads....
Microsoft hires a new top PR executive, The Hill reports. Microsoft announced it is hiring former Bush administration official Suhail Khan as director of external affairs . He will work to build relationships between the software giant and think tanks, advocacy groups and political organizations.
The Hill also says Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) said his chief of staff had his data stolen during the recent cyberattack on Citi.
NPR examines how regulators will consider AT&T's claims that it needs more wireless spectrum to avoid dropped calls and to satisfy its customers' growing hunger for data.
Sony Corp. shareholders aren't too sure about growth prospects, the Wall Street Journal reports (subscriber).
The LulzSec group of rogue hackers is threatening to steal classified information from governments, banks and other high-ranking establishments. "Government hacking is taking place right now, behind the scenes," LulzSec said in a message posted on Twitter.
Comcast Corp. plans to shorten its cable repair and installation windows in all markets from as much as four hours to two hours or less by 2012 after a consumer website last year voted it worst company in America.