Sunday, June 28: This day in history AP. On this day in 1914, Gavrilo Princip assassinated the archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, Sophie. setting off WW 1. Also on this day in 1919, the Treaty of Versailles was signed.
Human rights activists want to use AI to help prove war crimes in court MIT Technology Review
8 Slowest Animals in the World TreeHugger
This Group Is Dedicated To People Posting Really Expensive Accidents And Mistakes, And Here Are 45 Of The Worst Ones Bored Panda. Having just suffered a catastrophic compter-ending coffee spill – my first in decades – I can empathize.
I Quit James Heathers
CRISPR Gene Editing in Human Embryos Wreaks Chromosome Mayhem Nature (guurst)
The freedom of driving New Statesman
A travesty’: North Carolina grapples with reopening as Covid-19 cases surge Guardian. My mother and many family members live in NC.
The High Price of Cheap Meat Der Spiegel
The Sickness in Our Food Supply New York Review of Books. Michael Pollan.
— Liz Cheney (@Liz_Cheney) June 26, 2020
Black Injustice Tipping Point
We Can End Qualified Immunity Tomorrow Boston Review
What Are Cops Really Thinking When Routine Arrests Turn Violent? Marshall Project
Justice Department expected to file antitrust suit against Google Politico (furzy)
No More Free-Lunch Bailouts Project Syndicate
35% Americans missed mortgage payments. Almost half looking to sell their homes because they fear they can’t afford their homes. A financial tsunami bearing down on the American Dream, and the political class is paralyzed by its own corruption & rothttps://t.co/4IcIA2fBAR
— Mark Ames (@MarkAmesExiled) June 26, 2020
The Korean War Atrocities No One Wants To Talk About American Conservatve
US Ambassador posts a message to the Russian people The Saker (GF)
This Russia-Afghanistan Story Is Western Propaganda At Its Most Vile Caitlin Johnstone
The War That Time Forgot Counterpunch
Imperial Collapse Watch
How Hegemony Ends Foreign Affairs
Big Brother IS Watching You Watch
The EARN IT Act would force online platforms to be overseen by a 19-person commission dominated by federal law enforcement agencies. Protecting user privacy and encryption won’t be on their list of priorities. https://t.co/9K4BTdo9ZD
— EFF (@EFF) June 20, 2020
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) June 26, 2020
Antidote du Jour. TH: “This one is a Western-wood Peewee. He was hanging out near the visitor center in Anza Borego, CA.”:
See yesterday’s Links and Antidote du Jour here.