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Today's e-Reads: Stuxnet and the U.S. Cyberwar on Iran Today's e-Reads: Stuxnet and the U.S. Cyberwar on Iran Today's e-Reads: Stuxnet and the U.S. Cyberwar on Iran Today's e-Reads: Stuxnet ...

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Today's e-Reads: Stuxnet and the U.S. Cyberwar on Iran

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June 1, 2012

Stuxnet was part of an ongoing program of cyberattacks against Iran initiated during the Bush administration and accelerated by President Obama, The New York Times reports.

A federal judge rules that application program interfaces are not subject to copyright law, turning the Google-Oracle intellectual property trial into a rout in Google's favor, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Windows 8 launches with Do Not Track as the default setting on its browser, the Washington Post reports.

 

Google says Microsoft and Nokia are ganging up in patent war on Android phones, Reuters reports.

One of the pioneers in the development of the mobile phone explains the rationale for spectrum sharing in an interview with The New York Times.

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