"What it fails to mention, however, is that users can opt out of being the target of personalized ads. A second video tackles that challenge by introducing the AdChoices icon as a stick figure and “an up and coming little star popping up everywhere on the Internet.” by Jan 20
"the Digital Advertising Alliance, a group of digital advertising trade organizations, will unveil its first ad campaign ever explaining what the icon is and how it helps users control ads they see online. The campaign, one of the largest domestic consumer privacy campaigns to date, comes as advertisers, technology companies and privacy advocates await a final report from the Federal Trade Commission on online privacy." by Jan 20
12/15/11: Ms. Hill has said on twitter: " Sorry all, just talked to the FAA. New drone regulations are not coming in January, "nor anytime soon."" by Dec 15
“While drones are in heavy use in the wars abroad, their use in the States is rare, because of federal restrictions on air space. Commercial use is virtually forbidden, and less than 300 certificates of authorization have been issued to government entities to take drones for a whirl. The Federal Aviation Association, though, has announced that it plans to revisit its restrictions in the spring of 2012. That means it could be much easier to fly drones in the U.S. as soon as 2013 or 2014. What will that mean? Who will use them?
West says other countries have already embraced drones. “In Japan, they have 10,000 UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) flying for agricultural purposes,” says West. “In the UK, law enforcement is already using them and there are plans to deploy drones during the London Olympics in 2012.” by Dec 13