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Today's e-Reads: FTC Knocks Kids' Apps, and Facebook Vote Fails

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December 11, 2012

A report by the Federal Trade Commission says that many popular children's apps fail to adequately explain their privacy policies, The New York Times reports.

Facebook could revoke users' ability to vote on privacy changes after turnout was dismal for a vote on the issue, according to the Los Angeles Times.

The Wall Street Journal describes how new technology uses magnets to remove iron ore from previously discarded rock.

Twitter is offering photo filters after its relationship with Instagram fell apart, The Washington Post reports.

A new study indicates that both young and old people turn to mobile devices to read their news, CNET says.

 

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