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Today's e-Reads: DOJ Probes Cable Competition; and Flirting App Faces Rape Blowback

The Justice Department is probing whether cable companies are trying to prevent competition from online video, The Wall Street Journal reports.

The flirting app Skout has banned minors from using the service after three adults have been accused of raping children they met using the mobile app, according to The New York Times.

 

Yahoo and CNBC have struck a deal to offer content to the network’s content to the online websites users, Bloomberg reports.

New hacker groups are popping up after arrests, CNET reports.

Verizon's new shared plans mean higher fees for many customers, Reuters reports.

 

Concerned about spying, U.S. lawmakers are pressing two Chinese telecommunications firms that do business in the United States for details on their links to the Chinese government, The Wall Street Journal reports.

NASA is launching a new X-ray telescope into space, according to the Associated Press.

Campaigns are looking to Pinterest to spread their message, USA Today reports.

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