As Facebook prepares to go public on May 18, the Wall Street Journal says that some investors still have doubts about the social networking site’s true value. Meanwhile, CNET reports on the frustrations advertisers have in dealing with Facebook.
Propublica finds evidence that AT&T and Verizon are overcharging schools for Internet access, despite a 1996 law against it, and says the FCC isn’t enforcing the rule.
A group pushing for a third-party candidate has delayed an online primary because no candidates have gathered enough support, the Associated Press reports.
Security experts warn that Macs are increasingly becoming an attractive target for hackers and cyber thieves, The New York Times reports.
The Interior Department has contracted to use Google Apps’ online mail service instead of Microsoft Office, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The Washington Post is hiring news aggregator Digg’s technology team but not buying the business itself, allthingsD reports.