March, 2018 archive
The Electronic Frontier Foundation provides guidance on how to better protect your privacy on Facebook.
Robert Reich notes a malignancy in our society, one exemplified by the “Pharma Bro, Martin Skrelly. A snippet:
Shkreli will do whatever it takes to win, regardless of the consequences for anyone else. He believes that the norms other people live by don’t apply to him. His attitude toward the law is that anything he wants to do is OK unless it is clearly illegal — and even if it’s illegal, it’s OK if he can get away with it.
He’s contemptuous of anyone who gets in his way — whether judges, prosecutors, members of Congress or journalists. He remains unapologetic for what he did. He is utterly shameless.
Cleanliness is next to politeness.
Fondling firearms leads to foul-up.
Investigators believe the men were inside a car in a parking lot next to the Mountain America Expo Center in Sandy around 3:45 p.m. and were handling a gun when it discharged, hitting one of them in the leg and the other in the hand, said Sandy Police Sgt. Jason Nielsen.
They just couldn’t keep their hands off their penile prosthesis.
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Above the Law’s Elie Mystal is dismayed and disheartened. Here’s a snippet from his post.
Follow the link to learn why he said that.