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Today's e-Reads: Sony Says Sorry; T-Mobile Loses Billions

May 6, 2011

Sony’s CEO publicly apologizes for the cyberattack that breached millions of personal accounts.

Singapore is dipping its toe into Internet freedom.

Demand Media seems to be rebounding in its fight with Google.

 

Deutsche Telekom, current parent company of T-Mobile, suffered a 37 percent drop in profits in the first quarter. T-Mobile helped with that slide, losing $4.63 billion so far this year.

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