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Today's e-Reads: Jihadist Site Gets Hacked; China Repeals Nationalistic Tech Policy

June 30, 2011

Is the FTC investigating Twitter again?

Amazon is calling California's legislation mandating sales-tax collections by Web retailers "unconstitutional and counterproductive." The web retailer plans to pull contracts with California affiliates who put ads for Amazon on their websites, and then get compensation when shoppers click through and buy items.

The popular jihadist al-Shamukh forum appears to have been taken down by a fairly sophisticated cyberattack.


Does the White House counterterrorism strategy ignore the Internet?

After complaints from trade partners, China has changed a policy that gave Chinese makers priority in government tech purchases,

PC Mag may be the only reviewers who like the HP TouchPad ; everyone else hates it.

Isaac "Biz" Stone is leaving Twitter, just five years after co-founding the microblogging site.

World's largest "botnet" controls computers in 172 countries.

AT&T unveils Facebook phone.

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