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Today's e-Reads: Damage Spreads From LinkedIn Hack

Thieves wasted little time in exploiting the millions of stolen passwords from the professional social networking site LinkedIn, according to The New York Times. Meanwhile, Mashable reports that the hacker behind the Linkedin attack is now being credited with stealing 1.5 million passwords from users of the online dating site eHarmony.

The New York Stock Exchange has voiced concern with a plan announced by NASDAQ to compensate traders and others for the technical glitches that marred Facebook's IPO, Bloomberg reports.

Apple has filed a lawsuit to block the sale of Samsung's new smart phone, claiming the device infringes Apple patents, Computerworld reports.

As it prepares to compete with Apple's new mapping service, Google says it is enhancing its own maps by offering 3D images of entire metropolitan areas, the Wall Street Journal reports.

China is moving to create its own Silicon Valley, the Mercury News reports.

Meanwhile, New York City officials say they are hoping to become a new hub for tech start-ups, CNET reports.

China has proposed changes that would tighten its grip over the Internet, Reuters reports.

Twitter has modified the image of the bird in its logo, according to CNN.

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