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Today’s e-Reads: Facebook, Google in Indian Court

The Wall Street Journal reports that Facebook and Google are set to appear before an Indian court over charges that they failed to block objectionable material from their sites. 

A new report from the Fair Labor Association will shed new light on working conditions in Chinese factories that make Apple products, USA Today reports.

 

Facebook may annoy its mobile users with ads, according to Bloomberg.

Hiring homeless people to serve as mobile hotspots appears to have backfired on the firm that launched the idea, The New York Times reports.

Google has hired the director of the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, which helped develop the Internet, Wired reports.

 

MegaUpload founder Kim DotCom claims even some U.S. government agencies used the site accused of copyright infringement, according to CNET. 

Intel is developing an online video service similar to what cable offers, the Wall Street Journal reports.

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