Some updates on items previously discussed or mentioned on AetherCzar:
- The “Froot Loops” plaintiff also had a law suit alleging false advertising. Believe it or not, there is no such thing as a “Crunch Berry,” and no real berries in the eponymous cereal. Alas, his appeal was dismissed for lack of filing a response in a timely manner. Previously on AetherCzar: Say It Ain’t So: No Fruit in “Froot Loops?”
- Tesla says their deal with Toyota has not been formalized. The $50M deal also appears conditioned on Tesla successfully concluding an IPO. Previously on AetherCzar: Tesla Teams with Toyota.
- The Columbia, MO SWAT officers whose violent, guns-blazing raid against a misdemeanor drug posessee went viral in a YouTube video were cleared of wrongdoing. This is probably the correct decision – because the real problem is not so much the SWAT team’s conduct, but rather the fact that there is nothing wrong with their conduct under current rules. Previously on AetherCzar: 1M Views for SWAT Raid Video, Quick Picks
- More reason why cell phones might need to be jammed in and around prisons from the Baltimore Sun. Previously on AetherCzar: Quick Picks.