Jan Wildeboer

We call it “kafkaesque”. How one wrong checkbox destroyed a students life, caused millions to be wasted, made high rank people look really bad afterwards and a lot more. And who insisted on getting the truth out? Judge Alsup. Yes. THAT Judge Alsup who learned programming JAVA to make a good decision in the Oracle v Google case. I admire this man.

“After seven years of litigation, two trips to a federal appeals court and $3.8 million worth of lawyer time, the public has finally learned why a wheelchair-bound Stanford University scholar was cuffed, detained and denied a flight from San Francisco to Hawaii: FBI human error.”


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