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Today's e-Reads Updated: Is Net Neutrality A Goner?

September 26, 2011

New net neutrality rules have little chance of standing up in court, Forbes reports.

That experiment at CERN that seems to show a neutrino moving faster than the speed of light? Probably an error, physicist Michio Kaku writes in the Wall Street Journal.

Companies are still struggling to figure how to limit what employees can say about work on Facebook, according to the AP.

Former FCC Commissioner Harold Furchtgott-Roth criticizes the agency's efforts to reform Universal Service Fund.

China launches its Tiangong 1 rocket this week and Scientific American reports crewed missions could be next.

Google helps put the Dead Sea scrolls online, according to Bloomberg.

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