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Today’s e-Reads: SEC Questions Groupon’s Accounting; Is Web Anonymity Dead?

July 28, 2011

As it prepares to go public, Groupon is getting some unwanted scrutiny from the Securities and Exchange Commission over the accounting metric it is using to market itself to potential investors, The Wall Street Journal reports.

A month after the World Health Organization suggested more research into the health effects of mobile phones, a new study says cell phones do not increase the risk of cancer in children.

A New York law firm is fighting the AT&T/T-Mobile merger by flooding AT&T with arbitration claims, according to Reuters.

 

Is Google+ losing steam already?

Facebook marketing director Randi Zuckerberg’s proposed cure for cyber bullying could mean the end for anonymity on the web. Meanwhile, a new Facebook feature allows users to tell their friends they are pregnant.

Cable financial reports will reveal the impact of Internet video, according to the Associated Press.

Bad stock investments hit Sprint in the pocketbook, CNET reports.

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