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One of the most mystifying elements of race in America is the inability of white and black citizens to switch places and experience life from their fellow American’s perspective. If the tables were turned for one second, or one day, or even a week, the issue of racial profiling, or the killing of unarmed black teens by police might never again cause uproar in our country. There is a reason that 73% of blacks according to a USA Today/Gallup poll believed that if Trayvon Martin were white, George Zimmerman would have been arrested immediately while 52% of whites felt race made no difference in the case.
Crisis averted, it seemed except that a Florida manhad other ideas. In 1990, attorney and anti obscenity activist Jack Thompson sent letters to state leaders including then Gov. Attorney general under Bill Clinton, about Miami based hip hop group 2 Live Crew’s album, “As Nasty As They Wanna Be.” The album definitely deserved a “Parental Advisory” label, with songs about sex like “Me So Horny” and “The F Shop” songs that leftno doubt about what they were about, without anydouble entendreor euphemisms.
The other main contender seems to be Rev. Mark Harris, a social conservative who has trumpeted the backing of former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee. Inc., an Attleboro manufacturer of police badges. Berrill , a forensic psychologist at New York’s John Jay College of Criminal Justice, said some impersonators are simply criminals who use the gear as the easiest means to rob and assault. Others are driven by a more pathological desire to feel powerful.
This wheezing automaton is no museum exhibit, however. It has a key job in pre and post crime forensics at payment firm MasterCard’s digital security lab in the north of England. This is where MasterCard’s engineers try to work out how thieves will attack the vast array of digital payment systems we all use today whether they are old style magnetic stripe credit cards, contactless chip and PIN debit cards, smartphone based biometric systems like Apple Pay or even upcoming wearables that will use novel biometrics like your heartbeat pattern for payment authentication..