Guardian (Richard Smith). Smith: “Lloyds HBOS bomb finally goes off. Giant fraud, giant fraud coverup – just about everyone is alleged to be implicated: HBOS directors, Lloyds directors, FCA, KPMG…” Thread with excerpts from a nastygram to Lloyds, with an NC mention:
A few excerpts of APPG chair 's explosive six-page letter to Lloyds chief executive António Horta-Osório
— Ian Fraser (@Ian_Fraser)
Rebecca Wexler, Stanford Law Review. “A criminal trade secret privilege is ahistorical, harmful to defendants, and unnecessary to protect the interests of the secret holder.”
Moon of Alabama
Editorial Board, Guardian. With shoutout to Stephanie Kelton!
Margot E. Kaminski, (). “[T]he significant algorithmic accountability regime established by the GDPR.”
South China Morning Post
Channel News Asia
NPR (JT McPhee).
The Drive (KW).
Imperial Collapse Watch
Paul Krugman, NYT
Modern Healthcare. On the “” association plans, see NC here. Note this is being done through regulation and not, as originally proposed, through executive order.
(podcast) Grassroots Economic Organizing
Ars Technica (BC). BC: “Shoot me now.” And in an update to the article: “According to an Amazon representative, hotel guests can request for the Echo device to be removed from their room if they do not want to make use of Alexa during their stay.”
See yesterday’s Links and Antidote du Jour here.