Biometric surveillance by companies against consumers is a growing menace to our privacy, freedom of expression, and civil rights. Fortunately, a federal appeals court has ruled that a lawsuit against Facebook for its face surveillance may move forward. The decision, by the federal Ninth Circuit about an Illinois privacy
Three out of five weapons used in Yemen are supplied by the US says Andrew Feinstein, the author of Shadow World: Inside the Global Arms Trade The post US Complicit in War Crimes in Yemen (Pt 1/2) appeared first on The Real News Network.
Rabbi Mivasair discusses the implications of Netanyahu’s probable reelection and his last-ditch effort to appease the far-right in Israel, by declaring his willingness to annex the West Bank The post Netanyahu’s Proposal to Annex West Bank Kills Delusion About Two-State Solution appeared first on The
Sec. of State Mike Pompeo recently openly admitted that the sanctions are causing pain and suffering and that this would accelerate the process of toppling the Maduro government. Mark Weisbrot discusses the approach and what Democrats and progressives could do to stop this The post
Senators Menendez and Rubio introduced a bipartisan bill to intensify the sanctions that are strangling Venezuela’s economy. Mark Weisbrot says this is largely possible because members of Congress are unaware of the suffering the sanctions are causing in Venezuela The post More Sanctions on Venezuela: