CNET News Daily Podcast: FBI asks ISPs to track site visits

The FBI wants to use data to track child pornography and other serious crimes.

The FBI wants ISPs to keep records of sites visited by customers for up to two years, the Justice Department isn't happy with the Google Books settlement, the Large Hadron Collider revs up for its longest run yet, and we've got ways to beat Super Bowl withdrawal, all in today's podcast.

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Today's stories:

FBI wants to keep track of sites you visit

DoJ not pleased with latest Google Book agreement

Smartphones zoom in record 2009

Hadron collider ready for lengthy run

Facebook takes over its display ads from Microsoft

Best virtual ways to play your own Super Bowl

About the author

Erica Ogg is a CNET News reporter who covers Apple, HP, Dell, and other PC makers, as well as the consumer electronics industry. She's also one of the hosts of CNET News' Daily Podcast. In her non-work life, she's a history geek, a loyal Dodgers fan, and a mac-and-cheese connoisseur.

 

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