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