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Today's e-Reads: Google Wants Info. Protected; Microsoft and Samsung Sign Mega Patent Deal

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September 28, 2011

Google asked the judge in the AT&T/T-Mobile merger case to help protect its confidential business information, which was provided to officials investigating the merger, according to Bloomberg.

Microsoft and Samsung have signed the biggest Android patent deal ever, All Things D reports.

After reporting extensively on online privacy issues, the Wall Street Journal has begun to track users' information without consent, according to Poynter.

 

USA Today says the authenticity of Web pages is under attack.

Amazon is launching a tablet computer on Wednesday. The Wall Street Journal is live blogging the announcement.

Are tablet computer owners more likely to buy other things online? Retailers say yes, and they plan to target tablet users, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Cyberattacks and hacking made an appearance on the hit crime TV show NCIS: Los Angeles. 

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