Reads: Hong Kong Protests, New York City & More

A wrap on some of the interesting reads from across the web...
  1. Scientists Are Giving Dead Brains New Life. What Could Go Wrong? - The New York Times
  2. The Lingering of Loss - The New Yorker
  3. The Invisible City Beneath Paris - The New Yorker
  4. Google's Jigsaw Was Supposed to Save the Internet. Behind the Scenes, It Became a Toxic Mess - Vice
  5. Microsoft and Amazon Enable Censorship Circumvention Tools in Iran. Why Doesn't Google? - Vice
  6. Amazon's Facial Analysis Program Is Building a Dystopic Future for Trans And Nonbinary People - Jezebel
  7. Surveillance Capitalism: It's Not That We've Failed to Rein in Facebook and Google. We've Not Even Tried - The Guardian
  8. Inside the 21st-century British Criminal Underworld - The Guardian
  9. Gay Men, #MeToo, and the Politics of Desire - The Atlantic
  10. For LGBTQ Teens, TikTok Is the New Tumblr - MEL Magazine
  11. New York City Is a Mall - Curbed
  12. How Many Protesters Took to the Streets on July 1? - Reuters
  13. Amazon at 25: The Story of a Giant - BBC