Happy Sunday everybody!
Just when you think this year couldn’t get any weirder, there comes the next thing. It’s hard to imagine where can we go from here…
In addition to this week’s selection I hope you’ll check out my post on ms-jd.org, I wrote about some important stuff there. Happy reading!
The July 1st march: Another endangered democratic landmark for Hong Kong
This issue is getting way less coverage in world news than the graveness of it would deserve. You can support the campaign to support democracy and freedom in Hong Kong at https://www.now.world/freedom.
I know this is mostly about the principal rather than any specific situation, but am I the only who wouldn’t care if the government knew where I went during a time when I barely ever leave my home anyway? I never checked out any of these apps (I heard we have one in Hungary), but I would welcome a technology that could show me where the infected people moved (could I have come to contact with any of them). Is it bad of me?
There were times when the international community got so close to bring peace to the Middle East, but these days it feels like we’ve never been further from it.
It is not a strong enough signal though, although preventing the mere letters of the law from impeding the Court’s job is an appreciable aim.