Daily Links 3/24/2010: Senate panel sets Phila. hearing on Web surveillance

Secret Service Paid TJX Hacker $75,000 a Year (Wired: Threat Level)
Albert Gonzalez, also Heartland Payment Systems hacker, expected to be sentenced this week.

Verizon launching 3D on FiOS when it makes sense and not just because (CrunchGear)

Comcast, Netflix report rise in IPv6 activity
Experts say IPv6 is attracting more users and content, but it's still a fraction of Internet traffic
(Network World)

Big Cable Joins the Broadband Stimulus Fray (Light Reading Cable)

Senate panel sets Phila. hearing on Web surveillance (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Introducing LoKast! (A Portfolio of One)

$15M injection
Growth spurt for Hanover Township firm
(Wilkes-Barre Times Leader)

Startup Rolls out Phalanx of SAP Mobile Apps (PC World)

WorldGate Announces New Corporate Headquarters Location
Company Growth and Continuous Innovation Drive Move to New Building
(Business Wire)

Boenning says it cut workers to narrow focus (Philadelphia
Business Journal: Law & Finance Blog)