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Hillary Clinton used personal e-mail account at State, possibly breaking rules “Hillary Rodham Clinton exclusively used a personal email account to conduct government business as secretary of state, State Department officials said, and may have violated federal requirements that officials’ correspondence be retained as part of the agency’s record,” the New York Times reported.

Obama sharply criticizes China's plans for new technology rules Reuters reports: "Obama said he was concerned about Beijing's plans for a far-reaching counterterrorism law that would require technology firms to hand over encryption keys, the passcodes that help protect data, and install security 'backdoors' in their systems to give Chinese authorities surveillance access.”

Why drivers are winning the labor war between Uber and Lyft. "Motivated by the possibility of more pay and better benefits, some drivers have begun working openly for multiple services,” the Post reports.

Zuckerberg: Carriers will connect the world, not sci-fi CNET writes: "Facebook's CEO downplays Google's drone and balloon ideas for broadening Net access, saying it's the carriers that are doing the lion's share of the work to connect the world's billions.”

Twitter investigates alleged ISIS threat to Jack Dorsey, employees "An online post published Sunday asked ISIS supporters to take aim at Twitter because the social media company has removed the accounts of the extremist group,” the Wall Street Journal reports.

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