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Today’s e-Reads: California Moves to Improve Mobile App Privacy

February 23, 2012

California’s attorney general agreed with six of the biggest mobile device makers to improve privacy protections for mobile applications, the San Jose Mercury News reports.

Several of China's biggest banks are fighting against Apple in its iPad trademark battle there, Bloomberg reports.

The Obama administration’s top immigration official is trying to reassure tech firms that the federal government wants to keep foreign-born high-tech entrepreneurs in the United States, according to the Associated Press.

 

Amazon has pulled 4,000 e-books from its site after failing to get them for cheaper, according to The New York Times.

A Wall Street Journal columnist says T-Mobile USA’s opposition to Verizon’s spectrum and marketing deal with a group of cable companies shows the company is a bit ungrateful, given that Verizon did not fight AT&T’s failed bid to buy T-Mobile.

A ZDNet columnist argues that Google’s planned privacy changes are not as bad as you think.

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