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Today's e-Reads: Google Bypassed Privacy Controls To Track Unwilling People

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February 17, 2012

Google joined other companies in bypassing privacy protections in Apple's Web browser and tracked people who didn't want to be, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Early praise of Apple supplier Foxconn's factories have some doubting the veracity of the inspections, The New York Times reports.

LightSquared's backers are hiring lawyers to examine potential legal challenges after the FCC revoked the company's network waiver, according to The Wall Street Journal.

 

Dish, which was seeking a similar waver, is looking at options, CNET reports.

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