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Today's e-Reads Updated: Bank of America Drops Debit Card Fee

November 1, 2011

After a customer backlash, Bank of America has canceled plans to charge $5 debit card fees, the AP reports.

U.K. Foreign Secretary William Hague called for cyber "rules of the road" at a global conference on Internet security in London, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Homeland Security officials are trying to figure out how to use social media as an intelligence source, according to the AP.

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