Checking on the US coastguard site (USCG are responsible for civilian GPS matters) their most recent published data, from a couple of days ago, gives no indication of selective availability being in use again. Given the litigious nature of US citizens and corporations,
it would be a pretty safe bet that USCG would not be telling us that GPS is working accurately if that were not the case.
Also IGEB (as mentioned by John) have a very definite statement dated 17 September 2001 which inter alia states:
GPS Selective Availability (SA) has not been used since its deactivation by the President on May 1, 2000. At that time, the United States Government stated that it has no intent to ever use SA again. There has been no change in this policy.
The full text of the selective availability anouncement can be found on this page.
But hey, we all need a bit of conspiracy theory from time to time........
, or does somebody out there have proof to the contrary?????