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Queen's in the News: August 27, 2012

Thomas Dean (Electrical and Computer Engineering) – Canadian government worries Anonymous hacker group may attack energy firm computers, in Business Week. 

Keith Banting (School of Policy Studies) – The Republican Party now sees Canada as a nation of low taxes and balanced budgets, in the Globe and Mail. 

Andrew Grant (Political Studies) – Canada forgives $180 million in debt to the Ivory Coast, on CTV News Channel. 

Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – Crisis in Syria is spilling over into Lebanon, on CTV News Channel. 

Louis Gagnon (School of Business) – Bank of Canada governor tells Canadian businesses to start spending more, in the National Post. 

Ken Wong (School of Business) – Rogers strikes a deal to buy The Score sports TV network, in the Vancouver Sun, Calgary Herald, Ottawa Citizen CBCNews.ca and more than 50 other newspapers and websites. 

Kim Nossal (School of Policy Studies) – Politicians still debating the proposed $25 billion F-35 fighter jet program, in the Victoria Times Colonist, Ottawa Citizen, Montreal Gazette, Calgary Herald, Regina LeaderPost, and Saskatoon StarPhoenix. 

Keith McWhirter (Campus Computer Store) – New technology can help students in the classroom, in the Edmonton Journal and Ottawa Citizen. 

Allan Manson (Law) – Double bunking in Canadian prisons is now very common, on CBCNews.ca. 

Vincent Mosco (Sociology) – Postmedia News is starting to charge people to read four newspaper websites, on CKNW (Vancouver). 

William Morrow (School of Religion) – Proof on the existence of Jesus, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

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