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Today's e-Reads: New Tools Put Government Surveillance One Click Away

The Wall Street Journal examines the latest electronic surveillance tools that governments are turning to, and the companies that supply them.

Scores of cameras are tracking D.C. drivers every day and creating a giant trove of data on lawbreakers and innocent people alike, The Washington Post reports.

 

Prison inmates are using Facebook to harass their victims, according to the Associated Press.

Odds that AT&T will merge with T-Mobile are lower than ever, the Financial Times says.

Spending cuts in Washington could hurt Microsoft and Intel, Bloomberg reports.

 

The Guardian asks: Is the next Silicon Valley in the U.K.?

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