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Today's e-Reads: E.U. Nears Privacy Agreement; RIM Removes Leadership

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January 23, 2012

European Union officials plan to unveil data-protection and privacy rules this week, Bloomberg reports.

BlackBerry manufacturer Research in Motion shakes up its leadership as financial woes continue, according to The Wall Street Journal.

The New York Times examines why the U.S. lost out on building the iPhone, and why those jobs aren't coming back.

 

Megaupload's founder says he's innocent of piracy and conspiracy charges, Reuters reports.

Videoconferencing technology can open doors to hackers, The New York Times reports. Hackers-for-hire are not hard to find, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Google says its social network has 90 million users. But Ars Technica questions that counting.

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