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February 13, 2012, 4:45 AM

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Nick Bilton / Bits:
Anger for Path Social Network After Privacy Breach  —  Last week, Arun Thampi, a programmer in Singapore, discovered that the mobile social network Path was surreptitiously copying address book information from users' iPhones without notifying them.  —  David Morin, Path's voluble chief executive …
MG Siegler / parislemon:
Content Everywhere, But Not A Drop To Drink  —  This morning, I woke up and read Nick Bilton's weekly New York Times' column.  Nick is a friend and one of the best bloggers/writers/journalists out there.  But with today's column, he was way off base.  —  Having already said what I wanted …
Michael Arrington / Uncrunched:
I'm So, So Sorry.  Here's My Belly.  Now Please Move On.  —  Don't get mad at companies because they apologize so quickly.  It's the only way to survive in the Internet.  —  “All this social media nonsense is destroying our community,” a prominent venture capitalist told me on the phone a couple of weeks ago.
Chris Dixon:
Some thoughts on the iPhone contact list controversy and app security  —  1. I've heard rumors that lots of apps have been uploading user contact lists for years.  One person who knows the iOS world well told me “if you download a lot of apps, your contact list is on 50 servers right now.”
More: TechCrunch and The Next WebTweets: @tcarmody
Jurek Foryciarz / The Official Google TV Blog:
New Updates to YouTube for Google TV  —  In the next few days we're releasing an update to your YouTube experience on Google TV making it faster and easier to find great content, adding YouTube channel pages, and giving you more control over your experience.
Steve Lohr / New York Times:
The Age of Big Data  —  GOOD with numbers?  Fascinated by data?  The sound you hear is opportunity knocking.  —  Mo Zhou was snapped up by I.B.M. last summer, as a freshly minted Yale M.B.A., to join the technology company's fast-growing ranks of data consultants.
Samantha Murphy / Mashable!:
Twitter Breaks News of Whitney Houston Death 27 Minutes Before Press  —  Twenty-seven minutes before mainstream media broke the news of Whitney Houston's death on Saturday night, the story was on Twitter, reported by a man who tweeted the news out to his 14 followers.
Rahul Mathur / Windows Phone Sauce:
Breaking: Microsoft Store India has been hacked!  (Update: Database hacked, Passwords exposed)  —  We just got tipped by Aman that Microsoft India store has been hacked.  I just checked it a minute back and he was right.  It has been hacked.  This is the homepage at this moment (10:00 PM IST):
Kara Swisher / AllThingsD:
Yahoo Product Unit Readies Major Exec Reorg — But It's Just a Tremor for the Big One to Come  —  Yahoo's massive product unit is readying a major reorganization, which will include a new structure, a move that is being spearheaded by its Chief Product Officer Blake Irving.

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