Are DNS entries really indicative of cheating? It doesn't necessarily follow that someone who has viewed a site about cheating is actually cheating. And now that it is known, it is virtually guaranteed that anyone actually cheating will simply use a secondary PC to surf the sites.
Its almost like there is a concerted campaign this month against Android openness - or are journalists seeing buzz around earlier stories and creating more link bait? I think this article and the others all demonstrate a fundamental lack of understanding of the open source world.
There is more than one model, while there are entirely open projects like the Linux kernel, there are also a great many projects with both open and proprietary components. See MySQL, JBoss, Glassfish, Solaris, ExtJS, Nexus, etc., all of these projects are completely functional products but the companies provide additional functionality for profit.
Android code is available under an OSI license, the code comprises a complete functional product (assuming device drivers, but that isn't Google's responsibility). The Open Source world is driven by contributing back, not by getting everything on a silver platter for free.
Actually a higher income bracket often comes with a higher % as well.
Lets be honest here, a pretty significant part of university expenses is not teaching its research. Why should former students be paying for research?
Now you have hundreds more cars on the roads.
I mean really, what can they possibly hope to gain? Without the buses there would be many more cars on the road, or these people would move and local businesses would lose out on the disposable income.