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Today's e-Reads: Is Your Car Spying on You?

Is your car spying on you? Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., has called for an investigation into whether OnStar is violating privacy, according to the Associated Press.

Faced with market uncertainty and federal scrutiny, Groupon is unsure when to go public, The Wall Street Journal reports.

 

Hollywood is staking its future on the hope that consumers want to buy movies using the Internet, the Los Angeles Times says.

Google and Microsoft now dominate influence-peddling around Internet issues, each having spent $3.5 million on lobbying through the first half of 2011, The Huffington Post reports as part of an in-depth look at the regulatory rivalry between the tech giants.

Verizon Wireless has sided with Samsung in a patent fight with Apple, arguing that the issue could affect broadband deployment, according to Reuters.

 

Amazon is poised to be the latest company to offer a tablet computer and take on Apple's dominance, The New York Times reports.

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