Small Bits: Avoid Brink's, Code Metrics, Privacy Regs, Blackstone
- Ed Foster writes about Brink’s contract provisions with contracts that don’t go month to month, but year to year when you try to leave.
Brink’s is fully within their right to write such contracts, and I’m free to suggest that you should consider shopping elsewhere. (Via Dan Gillmor.)
- Mark Miller suggests a new code metric, having earlier complained about other metrics.
- The FDIC may be nationalizing notification laws for banks, according to this Arizona Republic article. So lets see, you’ll need to notify if its California, Georgia, Mass, or Connecticut citizens, or if you’re a bank…Maybe it’s time for some Federal legislation, requiring disclosure if you lose control of non-public personal information?
- Blackstone’s Commentaries on the Laws of England are online. (Via Volokh.)