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Today's e-Reads, Updated: Microsoft Sticks Its Toe Into Social Networking

May 21, 2012

Microsoft has quietly launched an "experimental" social networking site, The Washington Post reports.

Hackers took aim at government websites over the NATO summit, according to ABC News.

Facebook's IPO wasn't as exciting as some people hoped, but does it matter?

And a New York Times graphic compares Facebook to other IPOs.

A judge refused to throw out a student's $675,000 fine for illegally downloading and sharing 30 songs online, according to the Associated Press.

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