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Today's e-Reads: Blackberry Layoffs and Should Facebook Be Blocked In Schools?

July 25, 2011

Software used in schools to filter inappropriate websites is coming under fire for blocking content, including Facebook pages, USA Today reports.

The Daily Caller questions Free Press's "scripted opposition" to the AT&T/T-Mobile merger.

Not one fake Apple store in Chinese town, but five.

 

Despite controversy over Facebook's facial-recognition feature, Google snaps up a firm that offers such a service, according to Business Insider.

Japanese broadcasters follow the U.S. and Germany in making the switch from analog to digital, a more efficient use of spectrum, Bloomberg reports.

Has Google been stealing content?

TechCrunch reports that BlackBerry-maker Reseach in Motion is trying to "turn around a sinking ship" in part by laying off of 2,000 of its 19,000 employees.

Facebook stalking gets a California man four years.

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