By JP Mangalindan
February 21, 2012

Fortune’s curated selection of tech stories from the long weekend. Sign up to get the round-up delivered to you each and every day.

* Apple AAPL granted ABC’s Nightline unfettered access to a Foxconn factory. Here’s a preview of what they found. (The full segment airs this evening at 11:35 PM EST and PST. (ABC News via Fortune)

* National Security Agency director Gen. Keith Alexander warned that the hacker group dubbed “Anonymous” could have the tools necessary to cause a limited power outage within the next two years. (The Wall Street Journal)

* Microsoft accused Google  GOOG of essentially bypassing the privacy settings in Internet Explorer to track users. (The Verge)

* Andreessen Horowitz co-founder Ben Horowitz on why tech entrepreneurs should dispense with the business classes and listen to rap lyrics instead. (The New York Times)

* The design-focused e-commerce startup Fab.com, which recently hit 2 million users, is expanding into Europe with the acquisition of Casacanda in a deal valued at nearly $10 million. (Fab.com and The Wall Street Journal)

* Barnes and Noble BKS reportedly plans to launch an 8-gigabyte version of its Nook Tablet on Feb. 22 to better compete with Amazon’s $199 Kindle Fire. (The Verge)

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