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Around the Web 12.8.08: Wii at Wal-Mart, top iPhone games

December 8, 2008 |  8:17 am

-- A commission of technology experts wants Barack Obama to appoint a national cyber-security chief. WSJ

-- A Scorpions album cover from 1976 has been labeled as a "potentially indecent image of a child" by a British watchdog group, resulting in its Wikipedia page being blocked. ReadWriteWeb

-- The top 20 iPhone games of 2008. Macenstein

-- Wal-Mart is feeling Wii-tastic. CNet

-- Stock options granted to most tech workers over the last five to 10 years are now worthless, which compensation experts predict will trigger requests by tech companies to exchange old options for new ones.  Mercury News

-- But it's hard to complain too much if you're still employed. Yahoo's previously announced layoffs are reportedly coming Wednesday. BoomTown

-- Chris Gaither