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Today’s e-Reads: Some Wikipedia Editors Question Blackout; E.U. to Decide Soon on Google Probe

Some of Wikipedia's volunteer editors are criticizing the site's decision to protest controversial antipiracy legislation by blacking out the site, according to the Associated Press. Meanwhile, a Wall Street Journal editorial also assailed the blackout protest by many websites.

The European Union will decide by the end of March whether to file a formal antitrust complaint against Google, Reuters reports.  

 

CNET says that the departure of Yahoo cofounder Jerry Yang may give the company the momentum it needs to restructure.

A federal judge has fined a man who claims he owns half of Facebook, according to The New York Times.  

The Wall Street Journal examines lessons from the recent cyberattack on Internet shoe retailer Zappos.

 

Pandora, an online radio service, says it has seen a huge jump in users in the past year, USA Today reports.

Apple is moving into the e-textbook market as it seeks to bolster sales of its iPads to schools, Bloomberg says.

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