This article was published on July 13, 2011

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Facebook launches a Java app, the Indian government wants access to Skype, Gmail and social networking data, Klout starts measuring Foursquare influence and Google Voice gets a new anti-spam feature. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.

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Facebook for Every Phone, a low cost, data-sipping app for Java phones http://tnw.co/q2TUxk
Indian government seeks access to Gmail and Skype data http://tnw.co/pvxKJK
Klout adds Foursquare checkins to better measure your social influence http://tnw.to/19xHv
Global Spam Filtering arrives for Google Voice http://tnw.to/19woH

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