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Today's e-Reads, Updated: Judge Allows For Suit Against Google Books

May 31, 2012

A U.S. federal judge says a group of authors led by the Authors Guild can proceed with a class action lawsuit against Google's plan to digitize millions of books, according to the Wall Street Journal.

AT&T is considering upgrading some rural lines to handle faster broadband traffic instead of selling those assets, Bloomberg reports.

Google unveiled plans to require retailers and advertisers to pay for placement under its product search results, according to Reuters.

Leap Wireless will begin offering a no-contract version of the iPhone, Dow Jones reports.

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