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Today's e-Reads: Rules Could Broaden Domestic Intel; Wall Street's Social Media Market

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March 23, 2012

New rules could allow counterterrorism officials to hold onto information about U.S. residents, even if they may not be terrorists, The Washington Post reports.

Wary of securities regulations, Wall Street is tiptoeing into the world of social media, The New York Times reports.

The government will soon require its contractors to recycle their electronic waste, according to The Wall Street Journal.

 

A Washington Post reporter takes a trip on a "vomit comet;" an airplane flown to simulate gravity in space.

As it wades into a legal fight with Yahoo, Facebook has bought 750 patents from IBM, Bloomberg reports.

Reuters takes a look at Google's attempts to map Asia.

T-Mobile is cutting 1,900 jobs at its call centers, according to Bloomberg.

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