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Today's e-Reads, Updated: FBI Releases File on Steve Jobs

A file released by the FBI on Steve Jobs, who was being considered in the late 1980s for a seat on a presidential council, reveals that friends and acquaintances of the late Apple co-founder discussed his past drug use and at least one claimed he had a "tendency to distort reality," according to the Huffington Post.

The Internet community's success in shelving controversial anti-piracy legislation is complicating efforts to pass unrelated cybersecurity legislation because some lawmakers fear doing anything that might anger Internet activists, The New York Times reports. Read National Journal's latest coverage of the cybersecurity legislation here.

As it works to exit from bankruptcy, Kodak plans to phase out its digital cameras, pocket video cameras and digital picture frame division and focus on digital printing, Bloomberg reports.

AT&T says mobile customers should not be too worried that they could be snagged by the wireless firm's policy of slowing down its biggest data users, The New York Times reports.

Oracle announced plans to buy Dublin-based cloud provider Taleo for $1.9 billion, according to the San Jose Mercury News.

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