November 2008
Computer Weekly;11/18/2008, p5
Trade Publication
The article presents news briefs related to the information technology (IT) sector. According to analyst firm TowerGroup Inc., financial aid given by the government of Great Britain to support national banks will lead to a cut in IT spending. Internet spam networks are making profit even though they are only getting one response for every 12.5 million e-mails sent, a study conducted by U.S. computer scientists reports. Children in Great Britain spend nearly £ 200 million a year online.


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