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When Facebook revealed last year it was introducing facial recognition technology to help users tag their friends in photographs, they gave the functionality to North American users only. Most of the rest of us found the option in our privacy settings was "not yet available", which meant we could neither enable or disable it. We simply had to wait until Facebook decided to roll it out to our account. Well, now might be a good time to check your Facebook privacy settings as many Facebook users are reporting that the site has enabled the option in the last few days without giving users any notice.
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David Kravets: Court Upholds Conviction in Dead Sea Scrolls E-Mail Impersonation Case Prof. Volokh: No First Amendment Violation in E-Mail Impersonation Case WSJ Law Blog: Judges Not Amused by Dead Sea Scrolls 'Prank' [image credit: Gigra / Shutterstock -- " wooden Pinnochio doll with long nose "] Posted by Venkat at 09:11 AM | Content Regulation January 28, 2013
When I started my Ph.D. in Princeton, pure economic theory was king. Economists with stellar math skills were high in status and high in demand, even if their knowledge of the real world was... slight. In the following eighteen years, however, something big seems to have changed.
Does time have an end? If so when and where will it happen? This question is a difficult to answer definitively because if time does end no one would have the time to tell us it had. How then can we determine if it will? One was is by analyzing what we know about the present time and project it into the future.