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Today's e-Reads, Updated: More Fallout Over Piracy Legislation, Megaupload

January 20, 2012

Facebook's happy about the piracy delay.

Overall Web traffic dropped after federal officials shuttered Megaupload, Gigaom reports.

Megaupload wants to get back online ASAP after being shut down by the Justice Department, Reuters reports.Physorg takes a look at facts about the site.

And the FBI is looking into the attacks on government websites after Megaupload was taken down, USA Today reports.

Scientific American asks whether the Internet could actually ever be destroyed, even by bad legislation.

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