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Broad new regulations being drafted by the Obama administration would make it easier for law enforcement and national security officials to eavesdrop on Internet and e-mail communications. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp had tentatively planned to vote on Monday on issuing an interim final rule that would have put in place some aspects of how the agency would handle the winding down of large financial firms previously considered "too big to fail." A federal judge said Friday that she plans to approve the government's $75 million settlement with Citigroup Inc. over charges it misled investors about billions in potential losses from subprime mortgages. North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il has appointed his youngest son as a four-star general. Police are investigating a Beijing security company linked to the unauthorized but lucrative practice of holding citizens in so-called 'black jails,' or illegal detention centers, according to state media. Cisco has warned that crooks have inundated LinkedIn with emails crafted to trick members of the career-oriented social networking service into downloading software that loots bank accounts.

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