Logical Reasonings / 6.28.17

A. Canada’s highest court, apparently fed up with simply asking politely, just told Google that it can force the company to pull search results for certain topics relating to pending litigation across the globe. Reuters

B. Today in First Amendment law: The story of a man who has repeatedly driven his car into statues of the Ten Commandments on government property. Washington Post

C. The New Yorker takes a look at just how limited the Supreme Court-approved version of the travel ban is. New Yorker

D. An overview of what we do and do not know about yesterday’s ransomware attack. NY Times

E. You’re either a person who would be interested to read the NY Times food critic’s rankings of commercial hot dogs, or you’re a person who thinks that’s the dumbest thing ever committed to print. NY Times

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