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- Equifax already faces at least 23 class-action lawsuits for its shameless handling of “cuckstomer” data. Even though I know lawyers are the chief beneficiaries of these things, in this case: more power to ’em.
- Edward Snowden and Andrew “bunnie” Huang have designed a hardware device to monitor your iPhone against surveillance.
- Could Father Mykal Judge become the first gay saint? (Well no. Odds are there have been gay saints who never got outed. But Mykal Judge was a good man and I hope he makes the grade. At the rate the last couple of popes have been churning out saints, several dogs I know should probably make the grade. And hey, St. Guinefort the Greyhound gets a mention in the linked article, though not by name.)
- LOL. Brad R. lists 100+ reasons Hillary lost the election.
- In this time when technology seems to betray us at every turn, Lawrence J. McQuillan at the Independent Institute reminds us that tech still enables us to build communities that transcend the state.
- Rod Dreher — author of The Benedict Option and IMHO a bit of a xenophobe where religions other than his own are concerned — reads and likes Robert Wright’s Why Buddhism is True. (Amazon link to The Benedict Option. Amazon link to Why Buddhism is True.)
- Taking aim at Wikileaks. Funny how gov always hates the leaks more than it hates the dubious-to-downright-criminal actions of gov that get leaked.
- Ridiculous solutions to problems — that actually worked.