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Today’s e-Reads: U.S. Driving Global Mobile Revenues

Despite having only 5 percent of the world’s mobile subscribes, the United States accounts for17 percent of global revenues from wireless service, Bloomberg reports.

Google is expected to come under fire by a U.K. parliamentary committee for failing to quickly remove links to privacy-invading content, the Guardian reports.


Some states and legal experts are raising questions about the legality and ethics of whether employers should be able to weigh information on a potential applicant’s Facebook account, the Los Angeles Times reports.

The New York Times examines how comedians are increasingly producing their own stand-up specials and offering them directly to viewers on the Internet.

USA Today looks at whether a new app dishes too much.


A federal judge denied Apple’s request to force Motorola Mobility to turn over information about Google’s development of its Android mobile-phone system, Bloomberg reports.

Foreign investors are renewing calls that Olympus pick a more independent chairman, Reuters reports.

ZDNet says Microsoft is banning its marketing and sales teams from buying Macs and iPads.

Twitter turns six years old today, and Mashable celebrates.

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