photo of empty courtroomCOVID-19 forced courtrooms across the U.S. to carry out justice virtually. Eric Scigliano (@SeattleFlotsam) explores in The Atlantic how this change — which is here, to some extent, to stay — could have major impacts on how justice is served in this country. He tackles questions of disparities in broadband access and computer literacy, the impacts of on-screen communication on empathy, the challenges of nonverbal communication in a virtual setting, plus privacy, safety and more. Image by Brandonrush via Wikimedia Commons