License plate readers turn any neighborhood into a gated community by casting suspicion on everyone who comes and goes, and could allow neighbors to infer private details about one another. https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/09/flock-license-plate-reader-homeowners-association-safe-problems
Content Moderation Case Study: Usenet Has To Figure Out How To Deal With Spam (April 1994) | Techdirt
California: Tell Governor Newsom that A.B. 2004 won't help us fight the pandemic. It is opportunism at its worst. https://action.eff.org/o/9042/p/dia/action4/common/public/?action_KEY=10971
'America are you listening' | Jacket2
White House Insisted It Had 16,000 Complaints Of Social Media Bias Turned Over To The FTC; The FTC Has No Record Of Them | Techdirt
Contact tracing has been used to help slow the spread of COVID-19 by detailing who has been in contact with whom. Electronic Frontier Alliance member @STOPSpyingNY are asking the NY Governor to ensure that this information is not used by law enforcement. https://twitter.com/STOPSpyingNY/status/1301263640201490434
There's no way for a match with an impossible premise to have any sort of payoff. So the tension of the match turns into this metanarrative where you're asking yourself, "How will WWE pull this off? Will it end in some other way, or will they actually try to simulate this horrific scene in front of a live audience?"
Okay, I finally watched the Eye for an Eye match. It's so bad.
There's some solid wrestling in the first act of it, as you'd expect in a match between these two. But it's so overshadowed by the gimmick. Even the commentators don't call the match at all, because why would you bother when OMG THIS MATCH IS GOING TO END WITH A GUY GETTING HIS EYE PLUCKED OUT.
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