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Liar, Liar: Shareholders demand firing of Yahoo CEO

Playing DVDs could be a headache in Windows 8, the FBI asks Web sites to be wiretap-ready, and Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson is accused of lying about his college degree.

In today's show, Microsoft makes things more difficult, jurors wrestle over Java, and the CEO of Yahoo has his pants on fire:

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Yahoo's CEO Scott Thompson is being accused of lying about his college degree for years, and shareholders demand he's fired by Monday... or else.

The FBI says in this age of Internet communication, the department needs the power to wiretap into online chat and video services to find the evil-doers. CNET has learned that the FBI is talking to Internet companies like Facebook and Google, asking them to work with the FBI to build backdoors to make it easy for law enforcement to wiretap -- when, of course, there is a court-order to do so.

Microsoft said it will not include Media Center in Windows 8. Instead, users have to pay more to upgrade to a Media Center Pack. Without Media Center, a user won't be able to play DVDs. Needless to say, users are upset.

Google News has been upgraded to include comments from Google+ users.

Coverage of the CTIA Wireless show begins Monday. And next week we should hear a verdict in the first part of the Oracle v. Google trial.

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