The blockbuster podcast Serial starts a long-awaited second season today, looking at a different case, but if you are still interested in the story of Adnan Syed, there's "Undisclosed."
Reed Savory writes, "There is an additional podcast that sprang from "Serial" called "Undisclosed: The State v Adnan Syed", which is hosted by Rabia Chaudry, the attorney and former childhood next-door-neighbor of the accused, whose private investigations into the case inspired Sarah Koenig to create Serial."
"Rabia and her associates use the first season of Serial as their launching point, and go into deep detail of the case (they are fifteen episodes in now, and have just started talking about the prosecution's case at trial), as well as providing regular updates of the state of Adnan Syed's current appeal for a new trial."
Last year, California was one of several states to introduce right to repair legislation that would force companies to end practices that discourage the independent repair sector, creating a requirement to sell replacement parts, provide documentation, and supply codes to bypass DRM systems that locked new parts out of devices until the company activated them.
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