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Today's e-Reads: ACTA Rejected in Europe, WikiLeaks Releases Syrian E-Mails

July 5, 2012

The European Parliament voted to reject the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, which is aimed at curbing piracy and counterfeiting of intellectual property in both digital and tangible forms, the Telegraph reports.

The anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks has published more than 2 million e-mails from Syrian government officials and companies, CNN reports.

The federal judge who ended Apple's patent fight against Motorola Mobility questions whether patents should cover software, Reuters reports.

USA Today details the perks -- from spas to arcades -- that tech firms such as Facebook and Google provide to lure and keep employees.

The Wall Street Journal examines Google's efforts to maintain an edge over competitors through employee education programs.

Carpoolers are using apps and social media to help coordinate rides, according to The New York Times.

The former CEO of France Telecom has been charged with mentally harassing employees after more than 30 employees had committed suicide, Bloomberg reports.

CNET examines the technology being used on the Arizona border with Mexico to thwart smugglers.

Mashable reports that a newly granted Apple patent shows that the tech giant may be trying to come up with a device to compete with Google's computerized glasses.

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