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Today's e-Reads: Counterterrorism Center Sifts Government Data

Under new policies, the National Counterterrorism Center can gather and store government data on any American while searching for possible crimes, The Wall Street Journal reports.

As Apple's maps app continues to flounder, Google has released a new maps app for iPhones, The New York Times reports.

Wanted on suspicion of murder, computer-security firm founder John McAfee has arrived in the U.S., according to the Associated Press.

Amazon won another round in its e-book pricing fight with Apple and book publishers, Reuters reports.

A new report suggests that hackers may be planning a massive attack on 30 banks, according to The Washington Post.

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