Monthly Archives: February 2015

Hacking Mass Incarceration

Hacking complex systems can improve them. White-hat hackers can open up needlessly closed systems, knock down senseless limitations, and then make connections and create solutions that improve that system for everyone. So here’s a thought: our system of mass incarceration … Continue reading

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Mass Incarceration and the Supreme Court

Last week, the Baltimore Sun published an editorial I wrote linking the phenomenon of exonerations to the problem of mass incarceration. Our justice system is overwhelmed by sheer volume, I argued, making¬†wrongful convictions inevitable. I concluded by suggesting that we … Continue reading

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