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Today’s eReads: Justice Gets Help for AT&T Lawsuit; Stuxnet Redux?

October 19, 2011

The Justice Department is bringing in outside help for its case against the AT&T/T-Mobile merger, according to Bloomberg.  

Officials are still working to craft a legal framework for U.S. cyber warfare, according to Reuters.

Cybersecurity analysts say they've found a new virus similar to the Stuxnet worm that took down some nuclear facilities in Iran, ZDNet reports.

 

The Wall Street Journal discusses whether lower-than-expected sales figures for last quarter are a sign that Apple is losing some of its luster. 

A San Jose Mercury News columnist examines the pros and the cons for companies of all that new data that consumers are sharing online.  

A Google executive said that the company’s bid to buy Motorola Mobility is more about patent protection and not a sign that Google plans to get into the handset hardware business, CNET reports.

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