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Today’s e-Reads: Can Your iPhone Access Your Pictures?

The New York Times reports that application developers may be able to access users’ photos on the iPhone in addition to their address books.

Hours after it announced arrests of 25 suspected members of the hacking group Anonymous, Interpol’s website was knocked offline, according to The New York Times.

 

U.S. authorities have shut down the online gambling site Bodog.com, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Some Chinese users have managed to breach the country’s great Internet firewall to access blocked sites such as Facebook and YouTube, Reuters reports.

Apple told a Chinese court that allowing a Chinese firm to use the iPad trademark would harm consumers, Bloomberg reports.

 

With a stock market value of $500 billion, Apple is now worth more than Poland, CNN reports.

A San Jose Mercury News columnist argues that Apple’s stock should be added to the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

Companies are restricting use of social networking sites by employees on their networks, USA Today reports.

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