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Today's e-Reads: Police Cellphone Requests Spike; And Internet Dodges Malware Bullet

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July 9, 2012

Wireless carriers say they responded to 1.3 million requests from law enforcement agencies last year, The New York Times reports.

Despite the hoopla, few people were expected to experience Internet disruptions when the FBI shutdown temporary servers on Monday, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Vanity Fair takes a look at the "cannibalistic culture" that has plagued Microsoft.

 

The delay for the latest BlackBerry could spark a lawsuit, according to The New York Times.

Facebook and Yahoo have settled their patent dispute, The Washington Post reports.

Microsoft's loss in its Web ads business reflects bigger challenges in online advertising, according to Reuters.

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