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Today's e-Reads, Updated: New Technology, New Privacy Concerns

April 20, 2012

What will the next wave of wireless technology mean for privacy? AT&T shows off some of the possibilities.

YouTube has lost a copyright lawsuit in Germany, the Associated Press reports.

LightSquared paid Inmarsat $56 million to resolve a default in their cooperative agreement, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Some media companies are opposing FCC disclosure rules that could their own reporters, ProPublica reports.

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