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Today's e-Reads: Facebook Driving the News and Bieber Battles Bullying

May 9, 2011

Teens give up privacy with a click and a promise.

Mozilla resists a Homeland Security request for Firefox.

Facebook is becoming a bigger player in what news people read. But Google is the biggest single driver of traffic to top news sites, Pew finds.

 

Pop heartthrob Justin Bieber will film a cyberbullying PSA.

Sony is not sure when players can get back to PlayStation Network and Qriocity after a hacker attack, Bloomberg reports. 

The city of San Francisco is backtracking on a controversial cellphone radiation bill.

Wal-Mart, Best Buy, and other rivals seek to dethrone Netflix, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Like his law-school buddy Barack Obama, the Federal Communications Commission chairman takes flak from all sides, Politico says.

Fights break out over iPads in Beijing.

AT&T's lobbying may give it an advantage on the Hill, The Wall Street Journal reports.

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