Spy Cam: Google agreed to settle a case brought by 38 states, acknowledging that it had violated people's privacy during its Street View mapping project when it casually scooped up passwords, e-mail and other personal information from unsuspecting computer users, The New York Times reports.
Parlor Game: Two questions dominate conversation in Washington’s telecom world: When will Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski leave, and who will replace him? Top candidates include Tom Wheeler, Karen Kornbluh and Lawrence Strickling, the Washington Post reports.
Under Investigation: The U.S. government is investigating top global miner BHP Billiton for possible corrupt practices, the company confirmed, after media reports said it was being probed for its sponsorship of the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Reuters reports.
Death Probe: Mary Han was a successful civil rights attorney who for decades battled over the rights of abused women, accused prostitutes and the homeless in Albuquerque. Now, more than two years after Han was found dead in her garage in what authorities deemed a suicide, the city’s police department is under scrutiny amid questions over whether officers mishandled the investigation into the death of their former adversary, the Associated Press reports.
Dimon's Dividend: JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon personally stands to miss out on about $1.39 million a year if the Federal Reserve decides last week’s stress-test results don’t justify a dividend increase, Bloomberg reports.