Morning Headlines 24/10/2014

Morning Headlines 24/10/2014

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  1. Computer users who damage national security could face jail (via The Guardian)
  2. Met pays £425,000 to mother of undercover policeman’s child (via BBC News)
  3. Atlanta Hawks Hire Goldman and Inner Circle Sports to Sell Team (Via NYT DealBook)
  4. China Moves to Reinforce Rule of Law, With Caveats (via New York Times)
  5. London-based Reed Smith partner advises on Ebola vaccine licence (via Legal Week)
  6. Couple Held Over Pirated Music Hard Drives (via Sky News)
  7. Crime bill amendment could end police use of Ripa against journalists (via The Guardian)
  8. Student visa rules condemned by employers (via BBC News)
  9. Scotland to reduce drink-drive limit (via BBC News)
  10. Serious Fraud Office to seek extra £26.5m funding (via The Guardian)

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