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Today's e-Reads, Updated: FBI Seeks Industry Support for Wiretap-Friendly Sites

May 4, 2012

A source tells Bloomberg that Google and the Federal Trade Commission are negotiating a fine over Google's past practice of evading privacy protection settings on Apple's Safari browser.

The FBI is asking social networks, VoIP, webmail hosts and others to support a plan to build backdoors the authorities can use for surveillance and wiretapping, CNET reports.

Lockheed beat out General Dynamics for a contract, potentially worth $454 million, to provide support to the Cyber Crime Center at the Department of Defense, Reuters reports.

Investor ramps up pressure to fire Yahoo CEO for his embellished resume, the San Jose Mercury News reports.

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