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Today’s e-Reads: Anonymous Targets China, Layoffs at Yahoo

The hacking group Anonymous says it has hacked some Chinese government websites, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Yahoo is expected to lay off up to 2,000 employees and could be just the first round of job cuts at the Internet firm, according to All Things D.

 

Two analysts are predicting Apple’s stock could hit $1,000, which would give it a market value of $1 trillion, Bloomberg reports.

In Yahoo’s patent battle with Facebook, many in Silicon Valley appear to be siding with the social network, CNET reports.

More employers are banning their workers from streaming video or music from sites such as Netflix and Pandora, according to USA Today.

 

The San Jose Mercury News reports on a new Facebook app that Palo Alto, Calif., has developed to encourage its citizens to help save energy.

Forbes examines what it costs the government to conduct wiretaps on cell phones.

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