The all Street Journal reports that the Securities and Exchange Commission is examining whether to launch a full investigation of Groupon for revising its financial records after going public.
After a last-ditch attempt to settle the case failed, Oracle is set to go to court in two weeks over a patent dispute against Google, CNET reports.
The New York Times reports that Path has improved the security of its mobile app after it was criticized for secretly downloading users’ address books.
PCWorld details how apps such as Girls Around Me are able to access information freely available on social-networking sites in ways that may make some users uncomfortable.
An Australian court has ruled that Google misled consumers by providing paid ads with its search results, according to Bloomberg.
After a decade of little activity, telecom firms are once again laying new fiber optic lines, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The San Jose Mercury News profiles a Stanford graduate student and his high-profile work in exposing online privacy problems.
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