Tfw when you're an altruist and are only focused on the future welfare of others
Based on preliminary investigations, $300m worth of Bahamian property was purchased by FTX and used by senior executives at the exchange
Timeline of the FTX collapse, presented during the first day hearing at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
"At 4:30 am on November 11th, Mr. Bankman-Fried resigned," James Bromley, partner at Sullivan and Cromwell said.
How many printing presses has the Chief Justice?
NEW: Sen. Van Hollen, chairs subcommittee over SCOTUS budget, says he'll consider tying conditions to funding if legislation fails. "We'll look at all of our options here if the court continues to stonewall the public & continues to refuse to establish a code of ethics." @firstname.lastname@example.org
Another one bites the dust. @UCLA_Law@twitter.com pulls out of the USNW rankings.
Still downplaying operational risk and being inaccurate wrt the protections consumers get from segregated accounts.
Some of us remember your/USDC's reaction to the STABLE Act/PWG Report recs for stablecoins.
This "I want tough regulation" schtick is not convincing.
The first law school outside the T16 that bounces from the U.S. News rankings will have my respect forever.
@rohan after the 2017 UK election, the office tory was *outraged* that all those *young* people were allowed to vote for *Corbyn* and they should be stopped
i am pleased to say the rest of the team looked at him funny until he stopped
decent solid chap, sensible and reliable, but not about politics
anyway that's where the blatant suppression of non-old voters in the UK right now is coming from
Hey look who's on Mathstodon!
"but what if they collectively make bad decisions and bring down the quality of voting overall"
Oh right sorry of course let's just keep the crucially important decisions about the future of the planet to the remaining 65+ year olds who overwhelmingly skew Fox. Nailed it.
Take democracy seriously you ageist cowards
Do you defer to the Palestinian community in determining what is and is not apartheid? https://twitter.com/avimayer/status/1594699015194841088
Also: Summerville, Sudbury Valley etc normalize participating voting down to the earliest school ages. The start of a long process.
I had this argument with my Children and the Law professor during law school. It was the last time I took that class seriously.
Today's must-read. "The ruling does not automatically guarantee the right to vote will be extended...but it does mean that parliament is now breaching the fundamental human rights of younger voters, and forces legislators to consider a change." 🇳🇿 🇬🇧https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/nov/21/voting-age-of-18-is-discriminatory-new-zealand-supreme-court-rules?CMP=share_btn_tw
For e2ee messaging I use Element
Do not use Mastodon for anything that you’re not OK being 100% public. I’m surprised this hasn’t come up more here.
One of my more popular blog posts this year has been
“Notes on operating fediverse services (Mastodon, Pleroma etc) from an English law point of view”
Fediverse and data protection has taken up quite a bit of time recently!
This is part of the intro to the book I wrote for the UBE. Wrote it some years ago and still believe it as much today as I did when I wrote it:
When introducing the LPE Project, I always start with the fact that 2 years before the Project started, the LPE Blog was launched. Why a blog? It was a way to bring together and amplify the work already being done by scholars across the country.
The thing I hate most about cashless society is the *vibe* - it's that gentrification feeling, that feeling when a rough old cash-only speakeasy is turned into a yuppie card-only wine bar, that feeling of formal institutions with rich guy execs dismantling informal economies
Rohan Grey's personal Mastodon server. Mastodon is like Twitter, but federated, so anyone can host a server. Reach out if you want help setting up your own.