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Today's e-Reads, Updated: Verizon to Pay $612M for Hughes Telematics

Verizon plans to expand its automotive wireless offerings with the $612 million acquisition of Hughes Telematics, reports VentureBeat.

TechCrunch reports that Facebook will let users vote on minor changes to its privacy policy, thanks in part to a campaign by privacy activists.

Liberty Media appeals an FCC decision that put the brakes on its efforts to take control of Sirius XM, Reuters reports.

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson expects that data-only mobile plans will be offered by carriers in the future, though not necessarily his own, the AP reports.

The Verge reports that Google is alerting users in China to searches that might trigger action by government censors.

Bloomberg spotted FTC chairman Jon Leibovitz lunching with Susan Wojcicki, Google's senior vice president of advertising.

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