News Headlines - 07 November 2010

▽The Queen joins Facebook - The Guardian
Already on Twitter, YouTube and Flickr, Britain's royal family now has a presence on Facebook. Launching this morning, Facebook.com/TheBritishMonarchy has videos, photos and the Court Circular, the 200-year-old authoritative record of engagements also on Buckingham Palace's website.

▽UK Government to update copyright laws to make them fit for internet age - TopNews United Kingdom
Proposed changes will bring relaxations in the copyright laws to allow wider use of copyright material without the need to seek prior permission of the copyright owner.

▽More questions raised over Coulson - FT.com
Jon Trickett, the shadow Cabinet Office minister, is writing a letter to the head of the civil service to ask questions about Andy Coulson over allegations of illegal phone-hacking at News of the World.

▽Online child abuse reports continue to rise - PC Pro
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) claims it's seen a massive rise in reported child abuse incidents.

▽Training centre to open at brewery - The Press Association
Tennent's Lager will officially launch the facility on Thursday at the Wellpark Brewery in Glasgow to help workers in pubs, restaurants and hotels in Scotland.







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