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Today's e-Reads, Updated: Mega-Dump of Megaupload's Files?

Federal officials say all data on Megaupload's servers - legitimate or not - is due to be dumped this week. AP reports 50 million customers could lose their files.

Bloomberg reports on proposed legislation from Rep. Ed Markey, D-Mass, that would make carriers report on tracking software.

Reuters has a video on a nano-coating to protect your cellphone if you, say, drop it in the toilet.

The rich and privileged have already feasted on Facebook, even before its highly awaited IPO, Reuters columnist Rob Cox comments. And there's another commentary on the Comcast-NBC Universal merger.

Just where did Anonymous come from?

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