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Comment: Definitley too early (Score 2, Insightful) 670

by the_crowing (#20247515) Attached to: High School Students Forced To Declare A Major
I highly agree with the college administrators on this one. Grade 9 is way to early to decide a career. High school is what exposes students wide range of subjects so that they can go from there. Honestly, how much does one learn about physics, chemistry, computer science, law, etc. in middle school? Certainly not enough to make a decision that will bind them to a particular field of study for the rest of their lives.
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+ - Nintendo to open up Wii Console->

Submitted by the_crowing
the_crowing (992960) writes "[Nintendo] has released a set of game-making tools called WiiWare that give budding game makers the data they need to use the console and its innovative controller. Wii owners will be able to download the games through net channels accessible via the console. Nintendo said the first games would be available for download in early 2008."
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Privacy

+ - Warrant Now Required For Email Searches By Feds

Submitted by nnkx00
nnkx00 (1006341) writes "Courtesy of the EFF: "The government must have a search warrant before it can secretly seize and search emails stored by email service providers, according to a landmark ruling Monday in the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The court found that email users have the same reasonable expectation of privacy in their stored email as they do in their telephone calls...the government has routinely used the federal Stored Communications Act (SCA) to secretly obtain stored email from email service providers without a warrant." Full Ruling here."

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