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Today's e-Reads: ITU Says It's Not Trying To Take Over Internet

Facebook allows developers to collect subscription fees for apps in currency, rather than in Facebook credits, The New York Times reports.

Apple's data-hungry video chat application FaceTime could eat through mobile data caps very quickly when used over cell connections, reports the Wall Street Journal.

 

The International Telecommunications Union tells Talking Points Memo that it isn't trying to take over the Internet.

Google is "surprised" British regulators are reopening their probe into data collection by its Street View mapping, CNET reports.

Former FCC Chairman Michael Powell says he doesn't expect any movement by the agency to solve the issue of retransmission disputes, Multichannel News reports.

 

AT&T and Sirius XM team up on a plan to turn dormant AT&T spectrum into an LTE Network, GigaOm reports.

MarketWatch reports that the European Union's top antitrust regulator says he's still waiting to hear back from Google about its preliminary complaint.

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