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The justices don’t do themselves any favors when it comes to fending off claims they are out-of-touch techno-fogeys: Justice Sonia Sotomayor called a certain video-rental business “Netflick," and Justice Antonin Scalia didn’t seem to know that HBO was a for-pay cable service. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION.
The justices don’t do themselves any favors when it comes to fending off claims they are out-of-touch techno-fogeys: Justice Sonia Sotomayor called a certain video-rental business “Netflick," and Justice Antonin Scalia didn’t seem to know that HBO was a for-pay cable service. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION.

U.S. Supreme Court don’t know much ’bout technology

The justices don’t do themselves any favors when it comes to fending off claims they are out-of-touch techno-fogeys: Justice Sonia Sotomayor called a certain video-rental business “Netflick," and Justice Antonin Scalia didn’t seem to know that HBO was a for-pay cable service.
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