News bites: Europe orders Google to rewrite privacy policy

European privacy agencies have ordered Google to rewrite its privacy policy or face legal sanctions, The Guardian reports. 

Edward Snowden received training from the National Security Agency on how to be a hacker, according to The New York Times

LightSquared's Phil Falcone is trying to avoid repaying Dish Network's Charlie Ergen, the New York Post reports. 

Gigaom recaps Europe's reaction to the NSA surveillance programs. 

Deadspin obtained complaints to the Federal Communications Commission about a curse word at a Boston Red Sox game.