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Today’s e-Reads: Are Chinese Firms Helping Iran Spy on its Citizens?

Reuters reports that a Chinese firm has provided Iran’s biggest telecommunications firm with equipment that will allow Iran to monitor landline, mobile and Internet communications.

“Hacktivists” such as the hacking group Anonymous were responsible for a majority of stolen data last Year, CNN reports.

 

Zynga is buying mobile game firm OMGPOP Inc., maker of the popular “Draw Something” game, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman says the firm's proposed reorganization, which will include consolidating the personal computer and printing groups, is aimed at boosting the firm’s bottom line, according to The New York Times.

Bloomberg says IBM’s Watson supercomputer will be used to aid cancer research.

 

Computerworld examines reports that the Pirate Bay is considering using drones as a way to avoid detection.

CNET reports on some possible partisan mischief occurring on Facebook.

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