Daily Must Reads, Oct. 28, 2011

    by Nathan Gibbs
    October 28, 2011

    The best stories across the web on media and technology

    1. U.S. Copyright Office considers new rules about digital media (Hollywood Reporter)

    2. Samsung overtakes Apple as world’s biggest smartphone seller (Businessweek)


    3. Google Street View goes inside stores (PCWorld)

    4. E-book maker Kobo to become a publisher (CBC News)

    5. Clear Channel lays off dozens of D.J.‘s across the country (New York Times)


    6. Google denies law enforcement requests to remove videos of police brutality (Read Write Web)

    7. “Amazon will probably make money from the Kindle ecosystem at some point” (Business Insider)

    8. Redbox raises video rental rates 20% (GigaOM)

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