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Today's e-Reads: Obama Targets Tech Used In Human Rights Abuse

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April 23, 2012

President Obama will issue an executive order on Monday targeting the use of technology to abuse human rights, The Washington Post reports.

Antitrust experts say, despite the criticism, the Justice Department likely had to sue Apple and book publishers over price-fixing charges, according to The Wall Street Journal.

The New Yorker examines the relationship between Silicon Valley and Stanford.

 

Investors will be looking for the number of Netflix's U.S. customers when the company releases its quarterly report on Monday, All Things D reports.

Are Google's privacy flaps just growing pains?

One start-up is seeking to allow pay-TV subscribers to stream their TV on mobile devices, with or without the provider's permission, according to The New York Times.

Two Google executives are among a group looking to mine asteroids, according to The Wall Street Journal.

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