Today is Thursday. It’s National Refreshment Day.
In Poland, they’re playing soccer in empty stadiums. But fans will find a way.
Under the proposed Massachusetts police reform bill being rushed through the legislature, current or former law enforcement officers are prohibited from serving on the law enforcement Standards and Training Commission. That’s a little weird, don’t you think? I certainly do, and so do these two prominent attorneys. Also, Eddie Crispin, president of MAMLEO, weighs in on the bill’s streamlined due process provisions. The issues involved are important but this legislation, he says, “cannot, and should not, be a rushed product.”
And defunding the police, as a political concept, is not generally supported by the public, although the Black Lives Matter movement is. It’s an election year so expect to see these two things to be conflated and weaponized.
Bruce Schneider takes a high-level view of the implications of the big Twitter hack.
And, someday, our whole life will be built around the computer —circa 1974. Despite those thick glasses Arthur C. Clarke had amazing vision.