Originally published on Wed August 1, 2012 4:33 pm
The Federal Trade Commission is proposing some tougher rules to control the privacy of children online. According to The Washington Post, the proposed rules would make it more difficult for advertisers and social networks to collect information from children.
India's electric system is under constant stress and blackouts are common. Elliot Hannon was on the streets of New Delhi when power went out Tuesday, but he didn't realize there was an outage until later.
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During the blackout on Tuesday, an Indian barber cut hair by candlelight in his shop in Kolkata.
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The traffic in New Delhi's Connaught Place was even worse than usual after the power went out Tuesday. But most Indians viewed the blackout as just one more inconvenience rather than a major crisis.
U.S. Olympic boxing team captain Jamel Herring lost his light welterweight bout yesterday, but it's not the first setback he's faced — and he says he won't let his team lose its momentum in the London Olympics because of his defeat.
The LUX Dark Matter Detector is installed in the Davis Cavern of the Sanford Lab in South Dakota in March. The water tank measures 24 feet in diameter, is two stories high and will hold 71,600 gallons.
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Businessman and philanthropist T. Denny Sanford has pledged $70 million to the Sanford Underground Science and Engineering Laboratory. He stands next to a plaque dedicating the 4,850 foot level, where several experiments will be set up, in 2009.
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The entrance to the Sanford lab is through the Ross Shaft building of the old Homestake Mine in Lead, S.D.
In Lead, S.D., a steel cage drops almost a mile below ground into the Sanford Underground Laboratory. It's formerly the deepest underground gold mine in North America, and when it closed a decade ago, state officials hoped that an underground science laboratory along with on-site university classes could spur economic development.