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Today's e-Reads: Do-It-Yourself GPS Tracking, And Cyber Investigators Face Retaliation

Cheap GPS devices are making tracking easy for anyone, The New York Times reports. And an op-ed in the paper details the conflict between new technologies like GPS and the Fourth Amendment.

Officials fear hackers are personally targeting law enforcement agents and prosecutors in cybercrime cases, The Wall Street Journal reports.

 

Tech companies have been on a hiring spree, Bloomberg reports. A lawsuit accuses top tech companies of agreeing to not recruit or hire each other's employees, Reuters reports.

BlackBerry manufacturer RIM is taking a hit in Europe as well as North America, according to The New York Times.

For bankers involved with Facebook's upcoming IPO, it may be more about the prestige than the money, according to Reuters. And the Wall Street Journal recaps what this week's Facebook IPO filing is expected to look like.

 

A police officer used app know-how to catch an iPhone thief, according to The New York Times.

 

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