- Dan Tynan: Sexy bots fool many Facebookers [ITworld]
- FTC ends rural phone subsidies, will encourage broadband [ITworld]
- AOL strategy chief makes strategic choice to flee AOL [ITworld]
- ARM goes 64-bit [ITworld]
- Brian Proffitt: Bing-Firefox deal not a big deal [ITworld]
- Peter Smith: Nintendo's troubled finances [ITworld]
- Facebook users easily duped into compromising their accounts [ITworld]
- Netflix accounts for a third of U.S. peak time download traffic [ITworld]
- Copyright protection act gets new dumber name [ITworld]
- Kevin Fogarty: Bank phishers keep improving their techniques [ITworld]
- BONUS: It's not too late to enter to win an HTML5 tutorial! [ITworld]
Plus: Cutting the cord on rural phone subsidies
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