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Today's e-Reads: GoDaddy Goes Down; And Company Admits Losing Apple I.D.'s

September 11, 2012

Hackers are claiming responsibility for bringing down the Web-hosting service GoDaddy, according to The New York Times.

A company in Florida, meanwhile, says it -- not the FBI, as claimed by hackers -- was the victim of an attack that released Apple user I.D.'s, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Apple is turning unleashing its litigation team on a Polish online grocery website, accusing it of trademark infringement, Reuters reports

Dish Network says it won't stop allowing subscribers to automatically skip commercials in recorded TV, according to USA Today.

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