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Today's e-Reads: Online Gambling Green Light; Spyware Catches Spies, Too

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December 27, 2011

The Justice Department has cleared the way for states to legalize Internet poker and certain other online betting, Reuters reports.

Spies have to dodge each other at an international spyware bazaar, Reuters reports.

AP reports on a Cold War secret spy-satellite project called Hexagon that has recently been declassified.

 

The New York Times editorial board criticizes Verizon's deals with cable companies.

China has it own GPS, the The Wall Street Journal reports.

Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, blasted the NFL's "failed" TV blackout policy, USA Today reports.

Google’s online travel service is really starting to rile competitors, The Wall Street Journal reports.

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