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Today's e-Reads: Courting Skype, AT&T Concerns

May 5, 2011

Facebook and Google Inc. are separately courting online telephone service Skype, Reuters reports.

Apple Inc. has released a software update to stop mobile devices from collecting and storing customers' location data, as promised last week by CEO Steve Jobs.

Rep. Anna Eshoo, ranking Democrat on the Energy and Commerce Communications and Technology Subcommittee, raises serious concerns about the AT&T-T-Mobile combo, The Hill reports.

 

Netflix founder Reed Hastings discusses the future of media and broadband with PBS’s Charlie Rose.

China has created a new agency to consolidate its efforts to regulate the Internet.

California moves closer to enacting a “do-not-track” online privacy law, despite opposition from companies like Google.

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