Boston Student Killed by Police During Postgame Mob SceneA 21-year-old Boston student, Victoria Snelgrove, died Thursday after suffering a fatal head injury from a projectile fired into a crowd by Boston police. According to a report in the Boston Globe, Snelgrove was hit in the eye with a pepper-spray filled plastic ball at about 1:30 a.m. An estimated 80,000 people descended upon Fenway Park after the Red Sox beat the Yankees in Game 7 of the American League Championship Series, which was held in New York. Police Commissioner Kathleen M. O'Toole accepted responsibility for Snelgrove's death. Eight arrests were made during the postgame celebration and 16 people were treated for minor injuries.For more details, read the full story in the Boston Globe.Maryland Firm To Produce Flu VaccineMedImmune Inc., of Gaithersburg, Md., will resume production of its nasal spray influenza vaccine and deliver one million additional doses by January. According to a report in the Washington Post, MedImmune's additional production will bring the company's total doses made for this season to more than 3 million. The nation's total flu vaccine supply will reach roughly 61 million. Originally the government expected to have 100 million doses available.For more details, read the full article in the Washington Post.Google Fixes Desktop Security HoleJust days after announcing a tool that would enable people to use Google to search their own computers, the company has announced a patch that will prevent owners of third-party websites to view the searches made of local hard drives. According to a report in The Register, software developer Jim Ley discovered the problem and discussed it on his blog Monday. However, his attempts to reach Google to alert them of the flaw failed through several channels. "Hopefully Google will get in touch explain what went wrong with the communication of the issue, hopefully Google will realize that a phone number of the security team on the web would also help," Ley wrote.For more details, read the full article in The Register.