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Today's e-Reads: New Privacy Concerns Dog App Makers

President Obama is wooing both sides in the online piracy debate in Hollywood and Silicon Valley, Reuters reports.

Undisclosed data collecting by some of the most popular mobile apps sparked a backlash, according to the L.A. Times.


In response, Apple is changing its privacy policies for apps providers and says it will now require them to get explicit permission before downloading a user's address book, Reuters reports.

After its failed merger with T-Mobile, AT&T is continuing its hunt for more spectrum, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Facebook will start offering select people the option to verify their accounts and use nicknames, according to Tech Crunch.


A European court has ruled that copyright holders cannot force social networking sites to install filters to keep users from illegally sharing files of copyrighted works, PC World reports.

People are flocking to the social scrapbooking site Pinterest. But like many Web startups, a model for making money is hard to find, The Wall Street Journal reports.

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