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Today's e-Reads: Your Photos are Vulnerable on Android Phones Too

March 1, 2012

The New York Times reports that Google's Android phone contains the same security flaw as the iPhone, allowing app developers to access users' photos.

AT&T is ending all unlimited data plans for its wireless customers and will penalize those who surpass their monthly data caps, the Wall Street Journal reports.

GOP lawmakers who are demanding documents from the FCC related to LightSquared are top recipients of donations from the company's rivals, including AT&T and Verizon, according to the Sunlight Foundation.

Defense Department officials appear to have coordinated with the GPS industry in opposing LightSquared's bid to launch a national wholesale broadband network, Politico Pro reports.

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