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Today's e-Reads: Dodd's Lobbying Falls Flat, and Tech Revenue Falls

January 20, 2012

Former Sen. Christopher Dodd's Capitol Hill connections may have never helped his new employer, the Motion Picture Association of America, in the push for antipiracy legislation, The New York Times reports. The paper also reports that this week's online protests over the legislation grew out of grassroots concern.

Wikipedia's decision to shutter its website in protest led to a spike in Internet visits, CNET reports.

Revenue for many tech giants, including Google, has slowed, the The Wall Street Journal reports.

 

Kodak may leave the photography business, Businessweek reports.

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