NSA Spying! On the email of reporters, that of Foreign leaders at International conferences, actually, on all of our email. The latest NSA target revealed? Brazil, that’s right Brazil. Join host Linda Olson-Osterlund for A Deeper Look this Thursday morning July 11th at 9:30 am. Her guest is FBI Whistleblower, Coleen Rowley. She will fill out the picture of NSA Spying. the harm done to democracy and to the media that try to report about it
Tom Becker reads excerpts by a Truth-Out article by Brian Moench titled "Mankind: death by corporation". The article looks at Monsanto and contextualizes its evil behavior in a history of corporate zombie death-industries from tabacco, lead, and asbestos.
Join Dante James, Bureau Director and I for an informative conversation regarding the Office of Equity & Human Rights this Thursday, June 27, 2013 from 8:00AM-9:00AM. What is Equity? What is the role of the Office of Equity and Human Rights?
Iven Hale hosts this episode, featuring a Left and the Law review of the latest edition of the psychiatric catalogue, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, Bill Resnick talking with information activist Nancy Kranich about net neutrality and access to the internet, and a Movie Mole review of Mira Nair's new film The Reluctant Fundamentalist. Music on this show was by Gerry Mulligan.
Bill Resnick talks with librarian and information activist Nancy Kranich about problems of information access, privacy, and freedom—the digital divide; questions of cost, speed, and content restrictions; the cost of databases; conflicts over SOPA and PIPA; private and government surveillance of how we interact with our digital devices; copyright and creative commons; different perspectives held by librarians, publishers, government, and the general public; the importance of equal access to and control of information for democracy; and the shape of organizing around these issues.