ALSO NOTED: Voda has clear shot at Essar now; Today's Trivia Question; and much more...

> Alvarion says it will "vigorously" defend itself against a class action lawsuit that accuses it of violating U.S. securities laws. Article

> Justice Department has released some documents related to the government's domestic spying program. Article (WSJ sub. req.)

> Voda's biggest competitor in its bid for Hutchison Essar has withdrawn from the auction. Article

> McAfee introduces Mobile Security Risk Management. Release

And Finally... Your daily dose of wireless trivia: On what date did Hutchison's U.K. carrier 3 officially launch its 3G service? Submit your answer here.

Yesterday's Question: What was the name of the actress who was the spokeswoman for VoiceStream Wireless?  She was let go when Deutsche Telekom changed the VoiceStream name to T-Mobile and introduced Catherine Zeta-Jones as its worldwide spokeswoman. Answer: Jamie Lee Curtis. First correct responses came from: Ozgur Aytar, Pyramid Research; Cary Maimon, WDI/Wireless Planet; Kevin Smith, Wireless Consultant/Accenture, Bob Khan, Telesis Group

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