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Today's e-Reads, Updated: Britain Unveils Massive Surveillance Program

June 14, 2012

British authorities unveiled an ambitious surveillance plan that calls for monitoring all Web visits, e-mail, phone calls and text messages in the United Kingdom, the Associated Press reports.

CNN profiles the federal government's chief technology officer, Todd Park.

All Things D reports that Apple's iPad trademark battle in China will likely drag on for some time.

A worker at Apple's manufacturer in China, Foxconn, committed suicide, Reuters reports.

Microsoft has inked deals with Samsung, Toyota and Unilever for interactive ads via Xbox 360, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Leading Spanish language broadcaster Grupo Televisa won a regulatory ruling in Mexico allowing it to acquire a 50 percent stake in mobile carrier Grupo Iusacell, Bloomberg reports.

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