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Today's e-Reads: U.S. Steps Up Online Monitoring of Federal Workers

Government agencies are ramping up the surveillance of the online activities of federal workers, alarming privacy advocates, the Washington Post reports.

Kodak might hang on to its patents after all, since bids for their portfolio aren't close to the $2 billion sought by the bankrupt photography company, All Things Digital reports.

Twitter changes its rules for developers, asserting more authority over how its data is used by third parties, Wired reports.

Judge in Apple-Samsung patent case blows up over Apple's lengthy witness list, suggesting Apple's lawyer is "smoking crack," reports CNET.

Software firm Gamma Group denies that it produced a spyware program that found to be operating in 18 countries, The New York Times reports.

Venturebeat reports that Discover credit card will for mobile device payment system Google Wallet.

ABC and Yahoo team up for 30 hours of live-streamed online convention coverage, Broadcasting and Cable reports.

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