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Here are some of the stories people are talking about this morning: Judge gives OK to authors, photographers to sue Google over book scanning (paidContent) …
On Facebook, ‘Likes’ Become Ads (New York Times)

Morning Lowdown
photo: Corbis / Patricia Curi

Here are some of the stories people are talking about this morning:

  • Judge gives OK to authors, photographers to sue Google over book scanning (paidContent)
  • In Ad Network Nightmare, Microsoft Making ‘Do Not Track’ Default for IE 10 (Wired)
  • Is the UN the next big threat to internet freedom? (GigaOM)
  • Looks Like Pinterest, Takes On Evernote: Clipboard Launches Its Web Clipping Service To All (TechCrunch)
  • More bad news for Facebook, as site crashes (GigaOM)
  • Digital news pioneer Michael Bloomberg reads 8 newspapers a day (VentureBeat)
  • New Netflix iOS app capitulates to bandwidth caps (GigaOM)

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  1. Where the heck are Monday and Tuesday’s Lowdowns?

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