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Today’s e-Reads: Agency Says No to Cell Phones While Driving; Some Won't Friend Facebook

The National Transportation Safety Board has called for a ban on all cell-phone use by drivers, Reuters reported. 

CNET interviewed Rep. Jared Polis, D-Colo., who has started several successful Web businesses, on why he opposes a House Judiciary bill that aims to curb online piracy and counterfeiting on foreign websites. 

 

The New York Times profiles those Americans who have tried Facebook and have said no thank you. 

News Corp. Deputy Chief Operating Officer James Murdoch says the reason why he didn’t closely read an e-mail that helped trigger a phone-hacking scandal was because he got it on a Saturday, according to Bloomberg. 

ZD Net reports that controversial software installed on many smart phones may have captured some text messages despite wireless carriers’ claims to the contrary. 

 

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen plans to invest at least $200 million in a space jet, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Companies that failed to register their trademarks in the new adult-oriented Web address .xxx may find that cybersquatters have gotten to their names first, MSNBC reports. 

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