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> The FCC won't look into whether telephone companies violated consumer-privacy laws by allegedly handing over phone records to the National Security Agency. Article (Wall Street Journal sub. req.)

> American Tower said it was subpoenaed for documents relating to its stock-option grants practices. Article

> The Arbitration Tribunal in Zurich ruled that Russian Information Technology and Communications Minister Leonid Reiman used money laundering schemes to try and buy a 25 percent stake in operator Megafon. Article

> Ruckus Wireless announced French electronics retailer Darty will sell its WiFi system to IPTV subscribers. Article

> Nellymoser said it has been awarded a patent for creating, uploading, managing and distributing user generated content via networked mobile devices. Release

And Finally... Apple and Nike announced the Nike+ Air Zoom Moire, a new running shoe outfitted with a sensor and receiver, with an iPod Nano to track joggers' progress. Article

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