News Headlines - 19 April 2011

▽36,000 face losing place at university because of £9,000 tuition fees - Telegraph.co.uk
As many as 36,000 students could miss out on degree courses after universities ignored the Government’s pleas not to charge maximum tuition fees.

▽Rupert Murdoch's News Corp considers Formula 1 takeover - Telegraph.co.uk
News Corporation is in preliminary negotiations with potential partners about forming a consortium to acquire control of Formula 1 motor racing.

▽A Premature Party for Intel - Wall Street Journal
Shares leapt 5% in aftermarket trading when the tech firm posted strong first-quarter revenue growth. After excluding the impact of acquisitions, Intel's revenue was 6% above expectations—no easy feat for so large a company.
But thanks to weak sales of PCs, responsible for 70% of Intel revenue, the rest of the year looks less rosy.

▽Internet freedom under attack, report claims - BCS
Research published by watchdog organisation Freedom on the Net has shown that cyberattacks, politically-motivated censorship and government control are among the more serious threats to online independence.

▽City College Norwich dumped student files in skip - BBC
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-norfolk-13133048City College Norwich breached the Data Protection Act by leaving student files in bin bags which were dumped in a skip, an investigation has found.







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