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one of the developing nations happens to be pulling out the fingernails well that's different and arming steve hyde freedom fighters with a picture of bin laden in that well it's to do some killing that their friend sending paris to stand trial in a real court before a possible death sentence. than just. two newsier has released a suspected islam is terrorist who was deported from germany two weeks ago your thought is claim there's not enough evidence against the man although the united investigation is still ongoing so i mean i do he is an alleged al qaeda member that was accused by the german interior minister of being one of a summer bin ladin's bodyguards you've been living in germany since one thousand nine hundred ninety seven and later applied for asylum in two thousand and six although that bit was unsuccessful he was arrested and subsequently deported from the country earlier this month two thousand and ten the administrative court of
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dusseldorf prevented the deportation of something i do d.n.a. was concerned he could be exposed to torture and inhumane treatment in tunisia the time a number of german politicians said the court was in the wrong. would fade away the sami in tunisia is not a problem of german taxpayers to protect them from injury equip and islamised well less and less remains for our own people is not acceptable but it suits chancellor angela merkel's vision for germany is allegedly a hate preacher he has al qaeda training and is said to have been the bodyguard have been lauded and anyone who thinks that we've done something terrible to sami a has to weigh up how long this man has already been in the country and how long we have tolerated this security risk owners that he. should have been left in germany for ten years and secondly. the way he was brought back to tunisia where you are stupid there is scattered it caused to question the rule of law in
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germany it's up no one wants this man in germany but it is grossly illegal well here and there cannot be described as legal it anywhere the court rules and you move government is down by court ruling it out just disregard of course yes this man was supported. and when actually they are the way the government responders in a very matter up you know our speech for a start it's all carrots now. but all tanks from twenty three countries are facing off just outside of moscow luckily it's in the name of sport and not war competing in a special event organized by the russian defense ministry they call it tank biathlon.
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ok watching all to you thanks staying with those updates at the top of the hour.
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it's a very rough for the rangers so it's rough climates and you have to win fights to be able to the flag. it was gunshots on top of them and it's all very fresh what happened in the morning and i'm in need not. apply i don't think anything will back up for me you know i don't want. to see it but a body in the true and is ready to participate in the good. old to lead good to lead and. you don't think about this if this old goes on no you've got three team blake and you know those and other patients. and. we are going through a dramatic economic and social and cultural transformation that women want to participate gay and lesbian people want immigrants want rights in many cities are
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saying that's my way but there are more traditional parts of the society that are saying no i don't want that i live in a more of a rural community i believe we should have one that i believe in a country that's divided as much as any in the world we actually have to localise our government. but after a time here we're going on the ground as russia hosts the twenty eighteen international army games with invitations extended to forces from eighty countries including nato nations coming up to show up for the worst israeli bombing of gaza since twenty fourteen when five hundred children were killed we speak job losses for the deputy foreign minister ghazi hama. was described israel as an animal state and does that
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mean how much is the music we asked one of the founding members of jewish voice for labor richard cooper of accusations of anti-semitism are used to silence the jitterbug criticism of israel plus how far away from a new global order following three days of events at this year's bric summit in south africa we speak to american author and former economic hitman john perkins bolitho more coming up at today's going underground but first whatever happened to theresa may and labor blairite support for a war on syria how did syria suddenly disappear from mainstream media we need to political solution a political long term solution which sees a syria without assad and why is our friend hillary clinton not saying things like this any more air strikes will have to be combined with ground forces actually taking back more territory here across the pond another hillary has gone very quiet about his grand syria campaign that something specked it was just another blairite
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leadership group against jeremy corbyn now favorite to replace draitser man we know about fascists is that they need to be defeated. and it is why as we have heard tonight. socialist and trade unionists and others join the international brigade in the one nine hundred thirty s. to fight against franco it's why this entire house stood up against hitler enemy of korean and son of the late great antiwar labor cabinet minister tony benn there trying to persuade u.k. politicians to bomb syria according to now arguably victoria syrian president bashar al assad what hilary benn that alone hillary clinton were doing could have actually destroyed the planet in reality we were close to have dad a conflict between the russian forces and american forces. fortunately it was it has been avoided. by the wisdom of the american leadership by the wisdom of the world and to cause the slope in the interest of anyone. anyone
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in this world and for all the syrian to have peace. not sure where the nuclear conflict was on the agenda of the u.k. taxpayer funded white helmets but they've arguably realize they've lost their war. trump contacted me canadian prime minister trudeau and request. hundreds of white how much from syria and white helmets allegedly linked to al qaeda groups in syria have also be the vacuum into a country that has been arming israel's netanyahu britain this in the context of britain arming israel as it is killed or wounded thousands of palestinian men women and children since the spring no wonder the u.k. abstained on the un general assembly motion to condemn excess force by the self-proclaimed jewish state one hundred twenty countries voted in favor of the resolution titled protection of the palestinian civilian population while eight
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members including the united states voted against it forty five nations abstained france and twelve other e.u. countries along with russia and china supported the resolution britain abstained well israel says it is merely responding to your own provocation from hamas israel just had to wound or killed sixteen thousand palestinians since march thirtieth those are palestinian health ministry figures well joining me now to discuss the atrocities taking place of the so-called guards of border a senior hamas official and former deputy foreign minister of gaza ghazi hamad thanks so much for being on going underground ghazi so on thursday israeli security minister. said two important things arguably one that assad of syria is part of an axis of evil and two israel is being dragged into a campaign against hamas what happened to the un brokered cease fire. ok i think israel is getting crazy they're trying to resolve all it's a problems either in tin or experience through the military operation and
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aggression against the palestinians against the syrians against the litani is the think that they are both they are low so they think that they are strong country they can target they can kill they can strike everywhere but i don't know about because i think that israel did try many times to target gaza to try to impose to kill more people more victims but they did not succeed to achieve their goals to break a mast down all to break the policy you know people in gaza or to push him to. realize the white if you like i think we are struggling for our freedom to put in for the cure patient to put in for the blockade and to get already unity we will not settle and i do not equate we will continue to fight against occupation no we want to defend ourselves because every every two days three days israel tried to strike in different places now we kill four people in the last we can to kill more
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than five people in since the beginning of the march to kill more no more than hundred fifty people and and injured more than fifteen thousand people so we as palestinians with all the decision of actually trying to defend ourselves in order to make kind of deterrence now to stop taking each of us right this is this is that the message of a massive brigades or the other policy infraction military wings we want to stop the israeli aggression against our people nikki haley trumps and that's the united nations says that this is a freedom watch where all these casualties were undertaken by the palestinian people it was all a hamas operation today israel are complaining about something. against their. planes chris missiles i think and again is of larry's to be doing just wants to just to to share. israel they put the glasses of his on there is they don't take in about the palestinian about iteration of the policy in all the american
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administration i think they're very strong with people who think they can they can impose their political team on the policy nancy companies from a space policy and people even they can accuse the brits drive a bus and here's the. operative i think they are going in the wrong way they will achieve nothing they will get big zero because i think as a policy union's we are united in order to refuse the deal of the century we are united to it to end the occupation we are united to stop the military aggression against our people sorry what they what scenario for will not help israel to achieve its goals what's the deal of the century i think sometimes they're talking about. a new political plan they want to pull a scene and just to forget. their identity they want to cancel what's called the right of return to cancer jews amazing capital of palestine and they want to cancel the borders of palestine then they want a policy not just to live the slaves under this week
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a patient and they want two months to make a kind of. humility not development's no again will not accept as we are struggling since seventy years in order to indicate patient and to establish our state and to achieve our dignity the american that this did this to do that many times in the time of it land john and bush and obama but they never succeeded to do to impose anything on the palestinians by using force the british government abstained on a motion of the united nations on wednesday night telling us to release israeli prisoners and dead bodies but israel is being supplied weapons by britain what would you say to prime minister tourism may lie about always ways that it does not release more than seven thousand palestinians who are in jail and they spent. some many of them spent more than twenty years ten years fifteen years and they are suffering and now all the world just thinking about their four who just came for
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five three years they don't think about the policy and tragedy the palestinian suffering why ok we want to we are ready to have a negotiation and to have a deal but we need also israel to release our prisoners we need them to do that we don't want our people not the southern florida and for a long time and you know that when you have actually did in two thousand and eleven now is a real reality is that all the action prisoners and they kept him in the prison since. two thousand and fourteen ok but you know when you say what would you say that the resume britain is israel with weapons at the moment look i think over time they pretty put the government making the wrong decision when they support israel and its policy this is i don't hear that mr there is a say talking about the settlements who are against international law or against the building this the discriminant war or against stealing our lands or against
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a blockade on gaza i think the war is is full with their political hypocrisy they don't take care about as i said the thrust of the policy you know they try to you deal with israel a spoiled boy they want to build more settlements or to coalesce and to take. their capital and they want to proceed to keep silent i should say that i say the british government does deny that and the european union as well because they both the bridge covered in the european union see these settlements as being illegal but this is good i mean two weeks they have some statements but they did nothing this one way for example now there is still i saw it hamas and the. terrorist organization but did not get the call as israel when they built settlements kill people still lands and they were not international law no one is right in the blacklist why well tell. you why one reason is two palestinian children say a miracle number a name or and. they were killed in an airstrike israeli air strike british back in
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gaza. district two weeks ago. presumably and the way it's reported here with a hamas operatives where they have us human shields ok i think we're human beings we never we never use people as human shields we never do that now or people now they go to the mother to the bar of the burdens when obviously infections ordinary people represented of the association and syndicates in gaza you know want to get him to go there no one and we have many many journalists many press media and the borders and they took control and taking photos and no one see how much they can put in people as shields i think israel try to fabricate and try to lie and try to deceive the ward in order to to blame how much to blame the policy in a faction does there have a violent must know we're doing in order to keep this much as peaceful march but
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look their actions is right now tell of the come over one hundred sixty people there were documents and one hundred and sixty people were killed ninety nine percent of them civilians the attack ambulances they attack a journalist they attack every thinking everything under the striking gas and every day they strike sometimes these strikes the farms the hospitals ambulances and i think it's open for them you want two thousand and fourteen they destroyed more than twenty thousand homes in gaza they destroyed hospital did a story schools they killed people inside the schools they destroyed some summer clinics in gaza is there and have nothing israel have no limitation for its crimes for it's a brutal. action against the palestinian people no one is there to stop them international community. fourteen killed more than two thousand two hundred people no one to blame there's no flu killing we have about four hundred children and two
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hundred seventy five women were killed no one to care about did this this is going to get you know trying to get as simple as you know what you expect from people to do what but it's not the world the people are all boiling people are upset people on a first grade and you're just watching what you can do so people will do something in order to get the attention of the world to do that you have to do something in order to stop the crimes of the israeli population against the police you know similar situations in gaza where we have invited the israeli ambassador to london and yet again he doesn't seem available to come on this program thank you thank you after the break from spoke to a legit smokescreens we'll ask jewish voice for labor if it's anti-semitic to criticize the israeli bombing of gaza and after a triumphant break summit in south africa we ask the original economic hitman john perkins what nato nation sabotage me in store all the civil war coming up about to
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it's only about the looking. forward to one of the well columns on the. cover. up. there is the most noble political deciders to have more green energy but if implemented in the commercial way. it will over the next few years say within the timeframe of three full five years you will have such. all subsidized projects that all unlikely to be able to stand on their own two feet. far away. down there and. he does the dollar vigilante and he's an actor against
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and that is. it's anarchy in that there is no centralized authority that is corrupt and all that leads to all kinds of bad outcomes when you have got to centralization of power you know you have the wherewithal to have a more peaceful existence. welcome back in the past few days the u.k.'s three main jewish newspapers have united to brand they believe a german call been an existential threat to jewish life they accuse him of diluting the international holocaust remembrance alliance's definition of anti semitism but an international coalition of over forty jewish groups from fifteen different countries have backs the leader of western europe's largest socialist movement they
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reject the idea that it's anti semitic to go israel racist one of those groups is jewish voice for labor and joining me now is one of its founders richard cooper richard thanks for coming on the show so i have to ask this question how can you support a labor leader who is a. and a racist according to a senior former labor cabinet minister margaret hodge has apparently now they deny that she swore. jerry is not and has never been marked or a racist it is from margaret hodge to make this accusation and to make an accusation in that form whether or not with the expletive deleted should be an acceptable behavior and she should apologize that is not the way in which we conduct debates in the labor party but she seems to have a lot of support from blair and factions within the labor board she may have support from blairite factions in the labor party it is nothing to do with the labor party to the day with its absolute commitment to fight anti semitism in all its forms the argument is to water is anti semitic and to what extent criticism of
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israel may or may not be anti-semitic and it's important we make these distinctions anti-semitism in our view is hostility to jews as jews and it needs to be opposed will leave the interest of israel is criticism of israel and unless it shows hostility to jews as jews it is political criticism and argument and has to be fought on that basis while it's being reported and supported it has to be said by journalists who are supposed to be impartial and the press regulation in this country should be broadcast regulation that the international. has a working definition they were announced it. is not or they have a definition and it's actually not a particularly useful definition in my view it's a definition which has been around since two thousand and five when a european body ear and see originally put it forward as a working definition to collect comparative statistics about anti-semitism and it
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was abandoned five years later as not fit for purpose they were issued a press release it has been reset rectitude it is now become holy writ it was never about it was a draft to be discussed and worked out and that's indeed what the labor party has done with its code of conduct it's accepted the definition it's accepted many of the notes of guidance but it is argued that other notes. guidance are not useful in the form in which they're incorporated in that definition and if it's offered reformulations of them it is taking out of so much as a more seriously than the i h r a and trying to provide a working document so it can be dealt with in practice and in order to do that one has to be able to distinguish between what is anti semitic and what is acceptable criticism of israel the i h r a definition makes it appear that criticism of israel is likely to be anti-semitic and puts the onus on people who do not like what israel is doing is really government policy the racist foundations of its current
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nation state will use recently semitic to do so roughly. forty five percent of israeli m.p.'s alone would be anti-semitic and the mass movement of people in israel seen on the streets protesting about the spill they would all have to be deemed as anti semitic why is it possible for us to have criticism of israel within israel regarded as legitimate debate and such criticism when voiced by jews like myself in britain as anti-semitic or potentially anti-semitic why should i have to prove that my criticisms of israel is manifestly discriminatory laws are not a matter of are not motivated by anti semitic belief they're motivated by a deep commitment to universal values to the gala terrorism to treating all people equally and within societies all citizens to be treated equally because discriminating against citizens and making some of them the enemy within that is a dangerous path and we know from the nine hundred thirty s.
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where that part can lead one to their cause here. and. why did the prime minister support this definition you have a problem with because britain selling arms to israel i don't think it's as simple as that but my feeling is they wanted a definition and this one was being touted it is not a good definition as i said before. it was actually abandoned by the fundamental rights agency in the u. s. not suitable for the purpose it's been drawn up for suddenly today it is now holy writ in the jewish tradition there is one book that is holy writ and it is not the i h r a definition which has to be subject to critical purview the told no it is a criticism of the bible line by line paragraph by paragraph and the two is tradition is proud of its ability to take a sacred text and view it critically and suddenly we're faced with a text the i h r a definition which has got to be regarded a separate sent and no one can voice
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a word of criticism of it some of its losses are good some are very poor and contribute towards a restriction of our right to freedom of expression ironical ten of the european convention on human rights why do you think your organisation i'm old school was of others into the support gerry gorgons line on this and yet what we're being told on stage when they did media here and certainly all the president on the board of deputies everything all these groups are saying we represent the jewish community and your group seem to be much more silent in the political narrative about the subject our groups are part of the jewish community the jewish community does not speak with one voice the jewish community has never done so and it's important that diversity and plurality within the jewish community are recognised and encouraged and we would argue that we speak firmly within the jewish humanitarian internationalist tradition and that we are basing ourselves on jewish values of respect for the other respect for all religions agalloch terry innocent and not
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making the kinds of legal distinctions between citizens which is now occurring in israel this is not acceptable democratic practice in jericho israel wishes to be called a liberal democracy it has to abide by liberal democratic values during a journey called a national autocracy it can continue along the line. it is getting old using jeremy corbyn as prime minister will be cowed by all this type of criticism of the less critical of those policies you dislike of the israeli government i hope that jeremy abel continued to be chammy can stand up for what he believes in and speak openly and honestly and to see that the values he has always stood up for international standards calla tarion values to midst of all anti racist values and standing up to all forms of racism including county senators which are going to thank you thank you very much. well while the u.k. arguably debated food shortages after breakfast it brics nations wrapped up a groundbreaking summit in south africa last week what dangers lie ahead for brazil
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russia india china and south africa trying to forge a post imperial world free of u.s. federal reserve neoliberalism joining me from new hampshire in the u.s. is who else the former consultant lead to the u.n. the i.m.f. and the u.s. treasury john perkins author of confessions of an economic hitman the shocking story of how america took over the world john thanks so much for coming back on the show so back in your day when you were an economic hit man how would you have responded to this new kid on the block seeming to undermine or these threatening to undermine the i.m.f. and the world bank supremacy you know i mean we had a similar situation through the soviet union it was on the same by anybody but there was a there was a balance so if we were touche strong just pushed too hard and strong i mean or untrue like that senator reid or colombia or indonesia. their governments i turned to the soviet union. and force us to try to soften our approach and then after
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the soviet union collapsed in the early ninety's the world bank the i.m.f. and their sister organizations had a monopoly and they really abused it and i think that's a shame that they used it to exploit other countries even more now we've got to rex and we've got it. beat age in infrastructure investment banks and these banks have as more financial power in fact in the world bank and it's just this and so in a way we're reaching a balance here i think probably if i were the world going today and i think robert people who are at the world bank today are really having to look at how they need to soften their deals what they need to do to be more competitive if you have ceased basically chinese directed banks looking at it in be more a shadowy way though the be in breaks brazil is that is already now run by a former cia asset its most popular leader of course is in jail news every day
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against jacob zuma flooding mainstream media on there are other ways to attack this brics new. new future yeah it's difficult to stay exactly what the future will bring in this regard because it's same time of course the u.s. government is having this competitive it's almost like it as a tennis game are very very suspicious to me with china with europe with north korea with russia over trade wars in trade deals and i'm sure that's and people at the world bank and the other side to sions are being very much plato's cons in that game. i guess you don't have problems in tennis a man talking about a specimen yeah but then some a saying that as the the old policies a divide and rule fail to actually start to unite the perceived enemies of that.
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that paradigm is it was russia and china are arguably getting closer together in their relationship president putin and i was with him in st petersburg on a year ago at a conference there we were both speaking at night and a lot of time with his top economic adviser they have very very sharp they're very kind in a very clever and you know there's no world leader going to do as much experience as president putin at least not a world leader of a major country with nuclear arms and i think it was very obvious that in the meeting between putin and trump putin want you know couldn't just make trump look like an idiot so i'm sure that putin and china are really looking at how they come together they can say soft no question that deserves huge rather gee lay crossed a sentient within the european union what supposed directed britain going to have to do to get closer ties with brics because apparently the nd in moscow relations
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have never been lower and you think london can make these post break to deals maybe with the shanghai cooperation council that the whole bracket issue is iraq in question right now. i think a country like england however really needs to look at how it can and does strike deals not only with the u.s. and other u.s. and european base but also with russia and china you know we're going to this period where we got something that's called the silk road that's connecting china through cazenove sound and many other countries with russia as i was in st petersburg i was also in conference on and president putin was there also as well as his chief economic advisor and this whole silk road idea of uniting that whole area is certainly got to be something your great interest to europe and to your peace and to the youth and just looking back on that seminal work of yours
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confessions of a hit on the hitman i mean is it does it sound like something of a hero i mean britain has failed to destroy say the assad government nato nations have did fail to destroy him a duro in venezuela. england trying to destroy putin that doesn't seem to be working and the days when they don't nations could destabilize countries. over now because of the differences in this century i don't think it's over all i think is still on a big scale the difference is. that there's been another factor that's coming in and that's a very strong militarism so about the time i was an economic hit man we were understanding that the war in vietnam was a failure on the other hand the overthrow of most adak in iran by an economic hit man was very successful so for many years the economic it francis and morris set into place as a way to respect and the global empire is really
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a corporate empire i think a big mistake was made in the round the year two thousand and later the bush administration the clinton administrations in the united states were in the military industrial complex basically said hey you know. the world has been kind of taken over by corporations but we're not a part of that we're going to get back into militarization and nine eleven provided a fantastic excuse for the bush administration to get back into the military process we're in that again and it's losing it's our working on the other hand the russians and the chinese are playing the game that we used to play which is really our economic hit man. and that seems to be doing quite well that's going to be sixty to jump against thank you and that's it for the show will be back on wednesday when we speak to one of the world's greatest social geographers professor danny dorling about his new book the inequality britain's ticking time bomb and nearly one hundred thirty thousand children to be homeless in britain christmas
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till then he would not try social media he will see on monday forty eight years to the day of the death of suspected communist hollywood actor francis foma played by jessica lange and you all stood on a good front. it's a very rough terrain you saw it's rough climates and you have to fight to be able to the response. it was gunshots on top of him and so many friends he would have been getting me i mean even not. having any you know i don't want. to see everybody in this world and it's good to participate
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in the good. old to me but to me that. you don't think about these you know these soldiers on the. streets like you know do you know their patients. join me every thursday on the alec simon show and i'll be speaking to guest on the world of politics school that's less i'm show business i'll see you than. close. some people come on. people as you know we that. in. the trees.
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lucy should say that's only. one of a sudden a man just. told me. i said i will enter it in if they will not allow me. if they will shoot me. i don't know how long a million million indeed i'm not i'm not picking on you need to be indicted be to have been killed by the human dynamic that i got medical took a long time in because. we are going through a dramatic economic and social and cultural transformation that women want to participate gay and lesbian people want immigrants want rights in many cities are saying that's my way but there are more traditional parts of society that are
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saying no i don't want that i live in a more of a world community i believe we should have one national policy i believe a country that's divided as much as any in the world we actually have to localise our government. for man are sitting in a car when the fifth gets shot in the head. all for different versions of what. one of them is on the death row there's no way you. there's no possible way because they did not shoot around a corner.
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twenty shares see the largest single day drop in four years amid a shrinking user base while donald trump accuses the platform of silencing republicans. tech giants including google and spotify continue to lose money despite their soaring stock valuations we look at how this puts their workers at risk. down so raised over the use of facial recognition by u.s. police after a widely used much as members of congress criminal mug shot. three palestinians die after being shot by israeli soldiers on the gaza border a journalist working with r.t. was caught up in the chaos. we just look up for me if. you want.
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thanks for joining us always great to have your company this is our international. twitter shares took a plunge on friday after the tech giant admitted that some bad news stocks lost twenty one percent that meant it wiped six billion dollars off the company's value it was the biggest single day decline since twenty fourteen and it came after twitter admitted its user base has shrunk by one million amid a purge fake accounts in more president trump claims the service is restricting the visibility of prominent republicans in search results the practice is known as shadow burning some called it discriminatory and suggested it could be illegal twitter however denies any political bias. our behavioral ranking doesn't make judgments based on political views or the substance of tweets we are aware that some accounts are not automatically populating in our search box and shipping
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a change to address this you media oligarchs i believe they are exploiting their position zuckerberg and indeed twitter always maintained they are not publishers like a newspaper they are just a tech platform what it is just to check platform they must allow all views as long as they don't break the law of the country that they're in their excuses oh well you can still see this stuff for this person you follow if you go to their profile well that's a bit like the postman show you waiting for a letter it doesn't and you have to keep go down the post office to say you got the post for me today age frankly ludicrous what they're doing at the moment he's wrong it should be a great platform for political discussion they used it for political ends. and twitter isn't the only corporate giant facing questions tesla and spotify are posting huge losses than bushell looked into the story. wall street soaring around
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all time peak and driving that growth locomotive of these guys who corporations like tesla spotify and dropbox are invested darlings committing even the general public who use their everyday products to buy in her role. as the leader in stream music i say some sometimes the most successful american tech companies. just one tiny problem these firms are losing a rethink money tesla is worth more than car colossus is ford or general motors despite selling a tiny fraction of the cause and losing billions music streaming giant spotify is just an out vast losses now the biggest alltop in the world but it's lost money
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every year of its life and last year the worst an i was four and the whole of billion the whole of his one fine day will book. in to cause while uploading spotify music to the dropbox cloud or something like that but new economy new danger these aren't small companies anymore they affect millions of workers and users and cracks beginning to show suggesting far from expanding some of starting to fire their workforce and then the new economy relationships are shall we say complicated hundreds of thousands of paid for tesla cause the poor company hasn't even built if it goes bust these ordinary people would likely be quote wiped out definitely there's a there's a bubble not just in tech stocks but in the general stock market itself and you know as we're already seeing companies like general electric who caterpillar and so
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. the others. wells fargo in financial stress that there are signs of financial fragility as i call it where friends of fragility is really a condition where the cash flow to finance previous debt becomes insufficient and they can't roll over the debt and they can borrow that debt sold then they have to default or sell off some of their assets first or better assets and then they did they default that after the can sell off those assets well that financial fragility in my book systemically jilin in the global economy is an indicator of pending financial instability and i think we're approaching that and we may see that emerge in the next year or two. the u.k. has suspended cooperation with the u.s. in the trial of two former british citizens who joined islamic state known as the jihadi beatles because of their accents the pair were caught in syria and could now
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face the death penalty in america britain had intended to share intelligence to help the prosecution and london is on it to take a short pause after outrage in britain over the possible execution the u.k. dropped the death penalty back in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine lawmakers rights groups and a family member of one of the suspects all appealed to the government takes a closer look at the case. political rallies human rights taking a stand in case you missed it quite frankly a bit of a page when you want some terrorists taken care of. the isis b. cells not called back because most of the my dad in one is a terrible drama but because they carried out here let's accept terroristic gruesomeness well speaking with a british accent grammar came up with that title has unfortunately made them sound a little too costly for a gang of murderous but head is well ten of them have been captured by the us which really wants to extradite them home and deliver some humane justice if you know
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what i mean all of america needs is a bit of evidence to be sent out of from britain which is a real shame because the u.k. is a country of conviction political values and it opened during the course of the use of the death penalty in a situation there was outrage how could britain stoop so low i'm sure it even the lives of their beatles at risk they had already rescinded their british passports my god is not punishment in. any way of taking care of the likes of the isis beatles while at the same time keeping your values intact well luckily there are a few options. to get the bad guys with anonymous drones while they're still in a sandy country that different tone sure is always tricky but if one of your intelligence agents happens to be standing in the back of the room well someone else from one of those developing nations happens to be pulling out the fingernails well that's different and steve i'd freedom fighters with
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a picture of bin ladin in that well it's to do some killing that. sending terrorists to stand trial in a real court or for a possible death sentence well not just that. you want to commit civil liberties union has raised the law above the use of facial recognition to police falsely bunched photographs of members of congress with criminals. and identification with that accurate or not could cost people their freedom or even their lives congress must take these threats seriously hit the brakes and enact a moratorium on law enforcement use of face recognition of the american civil liberties union compared photographs of all members of congress with a database of mug shots amazon's facial recognition till may twenty eight matches problem is all of them were false eleven of the mismatches involve people of color and that has prompted additional concern the union claims little has an inbuilt
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racial bias with forty percent of the false flags involving people of color even though congress which form the test group is overwhelmingly white we spoke to technology analyst roger k.-a about the issue when these afterwards trained to recognize faces it has to train our corpus in the corpus is made up of lots of the images of people and for whatever reason the images are mainly copulation people and it will be better at recognizing them some of the minorities if they weren't well represented in the training but if you just grabbing any images that you find and many of them will be dark you know absolutely people who have darker skin tones may just to do just may be harder to see it should be understood that their visual recognition is not a matter photograph and period to another photograph and say no this one looks like that and that's what it is human we do know what a computer do ours is though the measures points in may the a.c.l.u.
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revealed amazon is trying to sell its facial recognition technology to government and police agencies that led numerous civil liberties groups to join together campaigning against it even i was all workers join the protest hour the technology is already being tested by some u.s. police departments. the next of course comedy as kate said you could expect is a public safety chemist on his are already working with government agencies to deploy this technology at the a.c.l.u. we obtain records that show that amazon signed a secrecy agreement with one county to keep details about the technology out of public view they've also invited law enforcement to suggest new features and they offered free consulting to help the city of orlando build its own system. and was on his head back at the a.c.l.u.'s test those saying it is low accuracy settings that recommend it while eighty percent confidence is an acceptable threshold for photos of hot dogs chairs animals or other social media use cases it wouldn't be
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appropriate for identify an individual us with a reasonable level of certainty when he is in facial recognition for law enforcement activities we guide customers to set a threshold of at least ninety five percent or higher management point of view what they said was that the train there are law enforcement clients not to use this software or who are making decisions but rather to narrow down the pool to where the shoeman can look at the final result and verify yes these do make sense the people who are not the same people amazon is saying well we think it's quite helpful we can find lost children and we can find criminals and things and that's all very positive so then the a.c.l.u. is saying yes but you also may use that as a way to sweep up people there's a possibility of abuse of the technology and there's also the use of it for good.
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three palestinians have died after friday's clashes on the israel gaza border according to the palestinian health ministry one of the victims was a teenage boy eighty other people were injured the journalist working with r.t. dari was in the midst of the unrest. so this is stuck here just as drone that you steer it does. it mean. the no one. but what if. we just woke up from inhaling its effect a think you guys i think it's going to go to you just one more time by all the tear gas canisters and augustinian protesters continue to protest and are still very very close to the fence participating in the great much of return this is not the
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first time and they have been seeing this violence and this excessive force but they have been witnessing this for more than eighteen weeks now most of the injuries today have been injured in the upper part of the body where most of them are in the chest in the stomach and down in that and that had been the first time a senior minister has stated that most of the injuries today are from live ammunition this is a protest that was killed to any his chance then people are saying that he's shot killed it's very dangerous for us to be here but despite everything we're still here covering all the israeli violence against the palestinians. israeli military has defended its use of live fire saying soldiers acted within the rules of engagement to defend the border thousands of palestinians have been rallying on the gaza israel border every friday for the past four months demanding the right to reclaim and sister alliance.
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facebook has been accused of censoring the rightwing content in brazil story and more to come. but the whole existence to do something to. put themselves on the line they get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president. or somehow want to be rich . what's it like to be first to see what the full story of the morning can't be good that. i'm interested always in the waters in the. first six.
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i. think. i've been saying the numbers mean something they matter the u.s. has over one trillion dollars in debt more than ten times champion each day. eighty
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five percent of global wealth to the rich. six percent market thirty percent. some with four hundred to five hundred. twenty thousand dollars. china's building two point one billion dollars. but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only number you need to remember is one show you can't afford to miss it one can only. come back facebook has blocked the accounts of hundreds of right wing activists in brazil is part of the campaign to tackle fake news the move in the country with many claiming facebook is clearly interfering in the upcoming presidential elections of this year ahead of the right wing free brazil movement says the tech
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giants decision to block the accounts came as a surprise as our facebook justified its decision. these pages and profiles were part of a coordinated network concealed by the use of fake accounts on facebook which hid from people the nature and origin of the continent for the purpose of generating division and spreading misinformation or course. was shut down and i was like what the hell is going on then suddenly i start calling from. model friends who are also went and suddenly we also realize there are many many profiles or files for the leaders for. and then we realize first even before the facebook give us an answer we realized that there was our. journalism paper writing that we. we were banded for facebook because we have
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like a network of around three hundred facebook pages and profiles spreading fake news and we're like we don't spread any fake knew what the hell they're talking about brazil's federal prosecutor is called on facebook to explain the blocking of the profile of these demanded a list of all pages on profiles blocked as well as a factual justification for each decision his co-founder of the free brazil movement read and sent us again he says the deleted pages were obviously influential enough to attract facebook's attention. it was in the last three years the most influential cult of page on brazilian facebook and it's of or one of the more political beaches in the world actually or numbers of engagement used to be compared to. be here and inherently and we did a lot of transformation or calgary because of our job because of our natural because we fought the mainstream media as equally the they knew that they couldn't
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win the public debate against us so they decided to shut shuttle we're not to make or make us quiet and that's what they're doing to start to first of all putting down our reach on facebook we used to reach eight million people writing of people they meet only on our facebook page and now we reach one point five to one people and they are doing this because of what's your lectures and also because intern actual actions they are there and somehow they're trying to shore near american elections that they are doing their homework using brazil as. an expert an experiment. to nazir has released they suspect it is the mr terrorist who was deported from germany two weeks ago authorities claim there is not enough evidence against them and although they are the investigation is still ongoing something i do it is an alleged al qaeda member and was accused by the
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german interior minister of being one of a some of bin laden's bodyguards he was living in germany since one nine hundred ninety seven and later applied for asylum in two thousand and six although that bit was unsuccessful he was arrested and subsequently deported from the country earlier this month in two thousand and ten the administrative court of dusseldorf prevented the deportation of some e.i. duty and it was concerned that he could be exposed to torture and inhumane treatment in tunisia at the time a number of german politicians said the court was in the wrong. what free to wade sammy in tunisia is not a problem of german taxpayers to protect them from injury equip and islamised while less and less remains for our own people is not acceptable but it suits chancellor angela merkel's vision for germany is allegedly a hate preacher he has al qaeda training and is said to have been the bodyguard have been lauded and anyone who thinks that we've done something terrible to sami a
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has to weigh up how long this man has already been in the country and how long we have tolerated this security risk owners that he. should have been left in germany for ten years and secondly that the way he was brought back to tunisia where you are stupid there is scattered it caused to question the rule of law in germany up no one wants this man in germany but it is grossly illegal there cannot be described as legal it anywhere the court ruled and you move government is down by court ruling it out just disregard of course yes this man must support. and when actually they are the way the government respond it in a very matter but you know our speech for a start it's all chaos now. tanks from all around the world are
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doing battle on the outskirts of moscow it's the sixth annual tank biathlon bringing together twenty three countries. a huge wildfire has killed five people including two children in northern california on thirty seven thousand residents of flood homes as the fire continues to spread at least five hundred buildings have been destroyed the blaze has been
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raging since monday found by powerful winds creating so-called fire tornadoes forty eight thousand acres of forest have been destroyed. and i think you've got it today thanks thing without international updates coming your way at the top of the hour. four men are sitting in a car when the fifth gets shot in the head. four different versions of what. one of them is on the death row there's no way he could have done it there's no possible way because all this did not shoot around a corner. far away.
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down there. he does the dollar vigilante and he's an american and that is anarchy in. anarchy in that there is no centralized authority that is corrupt the ball that leads to all kinds of bad outcomes when you have anarchy we've got decentralization of power you know you have the wherewithal to have a more peaceful existence. there is the most noble political deciders to have more green energy but if implemented in the commercial way. you will have over the next few years say it was enough time to move three four five years you would have such immense and all subsidized projects state cetera that are unlikely to be able to stand on their own two feet. far. yet.
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how i work in regard to the night the comedy show where americans in america covering american news are called foreign agents. i've recently covered the corruption of the trump administration have done a lot in the past few weeks have called them disgusting i've called them greedy bastards i've called them all bucketed with an i.q. of have a bucket of. ok very have a read never did i last i've ever and i've never did you guys your bucket it. would be. ok. because you get that off my chest so for this segment let's spend some time on the obama administration where are they now rides we're led to believe the obama administration where these wonderful public servants who fought for truth and
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justice and take say the pledge of allegiance quietly to themselves before masturbating so. where are they now i mean i mean they tell us trump is a fascist a dictator destroying democracy then shouldn't obama and joe biden be like storming the white house on some sort of mad max vehicle with spikes sticking out of it should we see hillary and eric holder like bolted it trumps motored with our buccaneer knife in their teeth as sex aperture. or maybe the obama administration were such wonderful peace loving people that nowadays they're busy volunteer in the fire department. working in homeless shelters it and knitting doilies for the underprivileged who have never had to a week. but no no that's not really what's going down journalist
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zack harder and paul blumenthal did a little digging and here's what they found is a little where are they now for the obama administration jed johnson obama's head of the department of homeland security and sole proprietor the name jack these days . these days johnson received two hundred ninety thousand dollars a year to serve on the board of lockheed martin the largest american defense contractor and the world's biggest weapons manufacturer the world's biggest merchant of death show much more aggressive than the doily thing i. hear ya used to make sure lockheed martin gets government contracts many of which are with the department of homeland security his former office how convenient that suzy yeah hey bill could you send us lots of money for guns. judge
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johnson called trump separating children from their parents immoral and un-american he's involved in however he's involved in these. super american activity of selling weapons to kill lots of people so i'm not sayin don't attack the drug administration you go to town my. golf course going through a midlife crisis trying to get his ball out of the. can like go to town on drama. you're working for a war profiteer you ask. plus. plus our buddy judge johnson publishing opinion pieces in the washington post the pieces have not disclosed that he works for a defense contractor that stands to profit from d.h. as business so it turns out that johnson's moral high horse is actually an f. thirty five fighter jets. moving on obama's former domestic policy council
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director melody barnes has said trump doesn't show any basic human decency and i would agree with her if it weren't coming from someone who also word for a defense contractor earning upwards of two hundred grand a year to destroy the world in fact booz allen hamilton has been helping to poor and separate families and getting paid millions to do it well so melody barnes gets to keep her moral outrage her quarter million dollars a year and her hobby of helping destroy families what a lucky lady i guess i guess i guess women can have it all. orange was also hired by hoover and twenty sixteen in case you've forgotten who has had one scandal after another plus recent studies have shown that somewhere between ten and thirty
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percent of drivers are actually losing money by working the job that's like the worst job ever imagined. now the other you come work for me and in return seven dollars an hour you'll pay me seven dollars a day. if you work really hard knock it down to three. former transportation secretary ray la hood he joined barnes on policy had advisory board and obama's two thousand and eight campaign manager david pluff worked as a senior v.p. at the company. that's. revolving door circle of obama officials that is a may warn ingo if you get involved in a revolving door circle r.g.c. just take it slow. have a spotter wear comfortable shoes i can't stress that enough cannot stress it enough . eric holder was obama's attorney general who refused to prosecute
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a single banker after the two thousand and eight collapse so you won't be surprised to hear holder is now a partner at the law firm of covington and burling which specializes in work on behalf of the banking industry obama's assistant a.g. lanny breuer is also a partner at covington and burling and on their website this is true he says he works on helping clients navigate financial fraud investigations anti corruption matters money laundering investigations. help. a. that's like saying i'll be able navigate sexual harassment if you're slap a woman on the ass make sure you pretend you saw a bug. preying mantis i thought i saw you there i just help you navigate a me through moment right there if you need help navigating a corpse give me a call i got a wood chips s.e.c. chair mary shapiro now advises financial firms and serves on the board of morgan
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stanley and as we mentioned last week former treasury secretary. timothy geithner is now president of the private equity firm were bird pincus which owns mariner finance and installment lender that targets poor families with high interest loans i you know i have to expect to see jim have expected it to go in or around the holidays just grabbing fistfuls of cash out of the salvation army pocket and then just running away as he cackles like warren. former white house spokesman jay carney says he worried he's worried about the country's credibility under trump but that high sense of credibility seemed a little blunted when he joined amazon as senior vice president in march twenty fifteen he joined a company that is the appear to be treating their workers like piles of dogs
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that are then run over by a truck and then the truck crashes into like more ago so there's just jad bodies and dogs everywhere and then jeff bezos walks like welcome to your new home. and carneys job was to publicly attack anyone who said amazon treated their workers like dogs but brad my favorite is obama's secretary of agriculture tom vilsack he's now advocating for some of the country's big is the daily interests including ok i have see taco bell and pizza hut as president of the us dairy export council yeah the guy who used to be in charge of making sure america was healthy and eating right is a lobbyist for taco bell. everybody
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growing children will need lots of vitamin c. chalupa ok. they need to loop bush's cranium down their pristine faces so they can grow up to be gorditas. and for anyone who says k.f.c. doesn't treat their chickens nicely that is not true oh those are not chickens right you. really grow more often a lab without a head's all right there actually you misheard us there chick and there the second half of the chicken and say again. i like to laugh like half second half. and finally let's not forget obama himself in order to get paid for his clubs just he was given four hundred thousand dollars from wall street for a single speech as
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a thank you for wall street for letting them abuse the american people every goddamn day for never asking whether there's a better path forward for never pressured pressuring them to come up with an economy that works for everybody instead of just the rich they said thank you obama here's a bag of cash so to say you get it now is the trouble mr asian corrupts absolutely is the obama administration corrupt absolute. and while they want you well the obama administration that you the people used to be there want you to care about stopping donald trump the last administration or enriching themselves in the how low the halls of war profiteers and wall street banks how do you watch it do you see the value.
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thank you. well from honestly now let's take the news from behind as you know i try to avoid whichever stories attract the mainstream media's frantic idiocy each week but i also know that some of you probably want to know who to trust on the latest hysteria does your for example robert muller just indicted twelve russians for supposedly orchestrating a cyber attack on the d.n.c. meanwhile a longtime veteran of the intelligence community and former weapons inspector scott ritter has published a column and troop dig this weekend titled the indictment of twelve russians under the shiny wrapping a political act and he points out that there is one major problem with the indictment it doesn't prove that which it is certs and it's not backed up by
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anything that demonstrates how these connections were made so who to trust well i'd say scott ritter was a weapons inspector in iraq and said loudly and publicly that there were no weapons of mass destruction as you might recall our government then did not listen to him and as you might recall we then went on to kill a million people in iraq totally not cool. we did not play well with others we we would fail kindergarden so hard. for ours is. the robert voller what was he doing in the run up to the iraq war i'm glad you asked. secretary powell presented evidence last week that baghdad has failed to disorder its weapons of mass destruction and willfully attempting to of the to deceive the international community. our particular concern is that saddam hussein may supply terrorists with biological chemical or radiological material.
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well. that guy was really wrong he would he was more wrong than the guy who told disney to spend three hundred million on making john cargher words which was ultimately watched by seven people. if you include international nine people. as you saw in that clip robert muller helped us go into iraq hell just kill a million people in iraq you know what i'm not going to take his word ever again that's what i've decided that was a good thing for anyone who said would you do that in fact in fact i don't think anyone should trust that guy on anything even years from now what he says he's in a retirement home and he tells his son where you have been an important. if i were his son. about they had tapioca i. remember the wm do you think.
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so i hope that helps you all with your analysis of the situation moving on the inter-american court of human rights has ruled in support of julius songes freedom say yes. saying he deserves relief and safe passage but that hasn't stopped the british and ecuadorian authorities for entering into talks with the u.s. to a vict julian assigns i'm so sick of people saying from doesn't work with other countries this is this is beautiful this is and our mainstream media and the democrats and the republicans in congress are all in just joyous agreement let's imprison and torture this journalist who. joining together the world's artificial intelligence experts have joined together to sign a pledge aimed at averting a dystopian future with robots flying around and killing everybody. i'm totally. if
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you guys on that i really well let's not do the robot death squads thing i just you know like those in dollar robot guess what intolerable. gun set right. the problem is despite all these scientists joining together and say exist stop this weapons contractors say let's do the robot death squads thing that will make a lot of money from selling thora tarion regimes and what's the worst that could happen. was with the whole killer robots thing there is the problem of what do you prosecute for wrongdoing i mean you can't exactly prosecutor toaster for burning you. although i did i did once take a vibrating trial but. funny story actually. you know another time another. however when it's when it's humans committing the
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crimes you can sometimes actually see justice this week two years pro by the all party parliamentary group on drones claims that british military personnel could be prosecuted for murder and complicity in alleged war crimes which. it's. it's an exciting development but again i would file that under. this one yet just because someone's pushing a bible instead of pulling a trigger it's no longer murder well you see it's not murder because i went like this. that. you see you see that you see the difference so you did this murder all right this secretarial work ok. we have to go to a quick break but we'll be right back. we
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are going through a dramatic economic and social and cultural transformation that women want to participate gay lesbian people want immigrants want rights in many cities are saying that's my way but there are more traditional parts of society that are saying no i don't want that i live in a more of a world community i believe we should have one that i believe in a country that's divided as much as any in the world we actually have to localise our government. is this is harlan kentucky. overall in this group the voices of the world and street fanny's. a co money city it was almost no coal mines left. the jobs are gone all the coal
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miners are said i'd. love to see these people the survivors of a world disappearing before their eyes. i remember thinking when i was younger that if anything ever happened to the coal mines here that it would become a ghost town but i never thought in the million years i would see that and it's how it's happened. when the lawmakers manufacture consent instant of public wells. when the running closest project themselves. with the final clearing around lifts only the one percent so. we can all middle of the room see. the real news
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room. right we're all set to start in five guys in the studio has a signal. he's not going to talk about that no fly just need right after the mars explorers one who would have their new. record. to say let me know. ok alice room well welcome to sophie and co i'm sophie shevardnadze and today i woke up lots to talk about in our program and our guest is. good luck little.
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elite. the you believe the. the the. welcome back welcome back if you didn't think it was possible for wal-mart to sink any lower with its use of overseas slave labor and abysmal treatment of their in-store labor then break out the shovels all right say they recently won
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a patent for an audio surveillance system that will spy on their employees conversations with customers i guess they figured while they're all the back prices they might as well roll back privacy rights to you know got the roll back machine out for more on this we go to our senior walmart bathroom user now imagine. they. only this is this is horrible we have recording workers is printing standard i mean how you never heard the phrase this call may be monitored or recorded for quality assurance because as someone who was threatened physical violence against comcast customer service i've heard that phrase a lot. though not as much as the phrase you're not allowed within five hundred feet of this comcast office. ok but just because it's already happening doesn't make it ok or less authoritarian with well what's the point of this technology other than just to spy on americans that's all there is to increase worker of fish and sea and
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war isn't exactly the beacon. speedy service i mean if they were they wouldn't hire greeters who look like they're with the high school with jesus. and they know jesus is the only person that could get you out of a walmart checkout line under thirty minutes it's why wal-mart says this audio surveillance technology could be used to monitor the performance of one or more employees at a time and leisure one or more metric simultaneously like items per bag and line length blindly think guess creating work any combination anything from an employee that isn't simple welcome to walmart could slow down the checkout process that's why it's important to monitor for problem phrases like how is your day going fellow human or. do you know you could get this for cheaper a target. for an hour or. i'll tell you where the walton family can shove their surveillance system. this isn't a sign of
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a fish and see it's a slippery slope in a modern slavery just a few months ago amazon patented a wristband that tracks their employees' hand movements and. if they do something wrong or. bad for them in that respect on trump's hand every time you sign an executive order. thank you we don't know which ones suck because they don't look like he signed them during an earthquake. that's. terrible decisions we devoid at work if we have those oh you want to second don't know what but. about the press an elevator button that's already been pressed but. using the office microwave to cook any fish. right now i'm thinking only makes us better know it makes us robots for jobs
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that could be done by robots and it shows us how much workers. rights have dissolved and wal-mart amazon workers could unionize they could fight this instead we have corporations who c.e.o.'s make thousands of times more than their employees and normalise wearable spyware next thing you'll tell me they have a patent on audio sensors in the bathroom so they can see how long employees take on this break oh no i highly highly doubt that. now when i'm the one who has the patent on school stereo. dear god all right and as much as my cable cuts out i bet comcast employees are playing candy crush in the bathroom stall instead of pooping. stop playing games on the throne so i can watch game of thrones now yes. a jack off was our shows of what not to do ireland has actually shown the world what we should be doing to break this down we sent correspondent john
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a phone doll in ireland and he filed this report. i is a magical country full of rules. and i'm not just saying that because my last name is owed and as an american i feel utterly disconnected from. some overcompensating by romanticizing and idealizing a far off land especially relative to the box of corruption that my country has become that's what i'm doing. i'm giving credit where credit is due the republic of ireland will become the world's first country to sell off its investments in basel fuel companies after a bill was passed with all party support in the lower house of parliament that's right ireland is the first twenty three in the world poised to divest from fossil
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fuel that's a big deal because climate change is a real and serious issue. in. any way i know it all you news junkies are thinking right now. didn't like norway divest from fossil fuels like last november shot it now turns norway's huge one trillion dollars sovereign wealth fund has only partially divested from fossil fuels. have you know your way. you know really here that sends very often it's usually you trump or you wall street or you john stop swapping out my face cream for salsa croquet so it's gross come on ireland bring me back to my happy place i really was decision to advance the boycott bill could be the tipping point for justice for palestine.
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ireland said it recently passed the control of economic activity occupied territories bill which bans the importation of all products coming from the illegal israeli occupied territories in jerusalem and there was big news. meanwhile in america our lawmakers are trying to pass the israel anti boycott act which would criminalize participation in certain political boycotts targeting israel. as so i think it's fair to say we're kind of going in the other direction on this one we're going to me press free speech domestically in order to better prop up an apartheid regime abroad direction it's simple choice bold in its own cowardly sort of way. hey francis black the irish senator who introduced the
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boycott will knock my socks off the occupied territories is a functor piece of legislation it calls on our land to stand up for international human rights and justice in palestine these settlements built on occupied territory are war crimes they're condemned as illegal by our government and international courts empty rhetoric simply has not worked as long as we buy their stolen goods as long as they stay profitable noting will change day i'm not going to be on our socks were among the doomadgee in any us politician ever standing up for palestinian rights like that even bernie sanders would be like. talk about. i just thought of something in addition to being irish i'm jewish on my mother's side i suddenly feel so toward the way judaism
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is a nationality it's a religion my family is from romania what do you got for mira mania. tens of thousands protest against corruption in romania. well work on its reporting from our shot of her tactics and. there are your headlines from the future next thursday you'll read. new wal-mart listening bought collects a hundred twenty two thousand employee conversation the first week then takes own life due to boredom. coming up in august. after request a sell out goes largely unanswered joe biden exams twenty five dollar offer to speak at comic-con. that starts jones but i have a lot of comedy shows coming up in indianapolis in denver and right here in
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be my columns on the. show seemed wrong why don't y'all just don't call. me. yet to stamp out this day comes after. and it again should be close to trail. when something you find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground . what politicians do something to. put themselves on the lawn they get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president or injury. or somehow want to be brits.
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what's it like to be for us this is what we're before us three in the morning can't be good that i'm interested always in the waters of my. question. it's a very rough terrain of sorts rough climates and you have to win fights to be able to the flank. it was gunshots on top them and so many friends they would have been going to make and i've been and you don't not. don't let me go back up. you know i don't want to see it but a body in the children is ready to participate in the good. old to live good wouldn't. you don't think about this if this old the unknown you got three
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like and you know the another patient. forman are sitting in a car when the phipps gets shot in the head. all four different versions of what happened one of them is on the death row there's no way he could have done it there's no possible way because the list did not shoot around a corner. close . some for something. they use indigenous people as you know we that the fade in. the trees.
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most politicians say that's the only thing but yes he did so. out of a sudden a man just found and told me there was. i said i will enter it even if they will not allow. it if they will shoot we. are all. real indeed on the market now an indian army been thought you could have been killed by your minimum and you got a by the government you go in like army and become you know you.
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twitter shares see their largest single day drop in four years as their user base shrinks while donald trump accuses the platform of silencing republicans. tech giants such as spotify continue to lose money despite their soaring stock valuations and we look at how this puts their workers at risk. and dots are raised about the use of facial recognition by u.s. police after a widely used troll matches members of congress to criminal monk shots. and three palestinians die after being shot by israeli soldiers on the gaza border a journalist working with r.t. was caught up in the turmoil. we just woke up from and heading in suffocating. then i'm going to do it.
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this is r.t. international coming to you live from moscow i'm kate partridge thank you for joining us. tricia shares plunged on friday after the tech giant admitted some bad news. stocks lost twenty one percent wiping six billion dollars of the company's value it was the biggest single day decline since twenty fourteen and came after twitter admitted its user base has shrunk by one million amid a purge a fake accounts meanwhile president trunk claims the service is restricting the visibility of prominent republicans in search results the practice is known as shadow banking trump called it discriminatory and suggested it may be illegal but twitter denies any political bias. behavioral ranking doesn't make judgments based on political views or the substance of tweets we are aware that some accounts are not automatically populating in our search box and shipping
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a change to address this huge media oligarchs i believe they are exploiting their position. always maintained they are not publishers like a newspaper they are just a tech but what if they just protect platform limits to allow all use as long as they don't break the law of the country that they're in their excuses oh well you can still see this stuff for this person you follow if you go to their profile well that's a bit like the postman show you waiting for a letter it doesn't cure and you have to keep go down the post office to say you got any post from me today age frankly ludicrous what they're doing at the moment he's wrong it should be a great classical political discussion they use that for political ends. and twitter isn't the only corporate giant facing questions tesla and spotify posting huge losses artie's daniel bushell looks into the story. wall street soaring around
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all time peak and driving that growth locomotive these guys who corporations like tesla spotify and dropbox are invested darlings committing even the general public who use their everyday products to buy in a role. as the leader in stream music i say some sometimes the most successful american tech companies are. just one tiny problem these firms are losing a refeed money tesla is worth more than a car colossus is ford or general motors despite selling a tiny fraction of the cause and losing billions music streaming giant sports if i was just an adult vos lost is now the biggest alltop in the world but it's lost
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money every year of its life and last year the worst an i was four and the whole of billion the whole of his one fine day will book. in to cause while uploading spotify music to the dropbox cloud or something like that but new economy new danger these aren't small companies anymore they affect millions of workers and users and cracks beginning to show suggesting far from expanding some of starting to fall out of their workforce and in the new economy relationships are shall we say complicated hundreds of thousands of paid for tesla cause the poor company hasn't even built if it goes bust these ordinary people would likely be quote wiped out definitely there's a there's a bubble not just in tech stocks but in the general stock market itself in the you know as we're already seeing companies like general electric to caterpillar and so
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. the others. wells fargo in financial stress that there are signs of financial fragility as i call it where french of fragility is really a condition where the cash flow to finance previous becomes insufficient and they can't roll over the debt and they can't borrow that debt so then they have to default or sell off some of their assets first or better assets and then they did they default that after they can sell off those assets well that financial fragility in my book systemically jilin the global economy is an indicator of pending for an end to instability and i think we're approaching that and we may see that emerge in the next year or two. the u.k. has suspended cooperation with the u.s. in the trial of two former british citizens who joined islamic state known as though she had a beatles due to their actions the pair were caught in syria and could not face the
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death penalty in america britain had intended to share intelligence to help the process prosecution however london decided to take a short term pause after outrage in britain over the possible execution the u.k. abolished capital punishment for treason in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight nor makers rights groups and a family member of one of the suspects all appealed to the government artie's quite boyko takes a closer look at the case. political rallies human rights taking a stand are in case you missed it quite frankly a bit of a pain when you want something about the terrorists taken care of. the isis b. cells not called back because most of the my dad in one is a terrible drummer but because they carried out accept terroristic grissom this was speaking with a british accent kerry came out with that title has unfortunately made them sound a little too cuddly for a gang of murderous that had well terror of them have been captured by. the u.s.
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which really wants to extradite them home and deliver some humane and justice if you know what i mean all american needs is a bit of evidence to be sent over from britain which is a real shame because the u.k. is a country of conviction political values and it doesn't contain the possible use of the death penalty in a situation there was outrage how could britain stoop so low and put it even the lives of their beatles at risk they had already rescinded their british passports my god is that not punishment enough. in any way of taking care of the likes of the isis beatles while at the same time keeping your values intact well luckily there are a few options. target the bad guys with anonymous trains while they're still in a sandy country that different torture is always tricky but if one of your intelligence agents happens to be standing in the back of the room while someone else from one of those developing nations happens to be pulling out the fingernails
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well that's different and arming steve i'd freedom fighters with a picture of bin ladin in their wallet to do some killing that their friend sending terrorists to stand trial in a real court before a possible death sentence well that just might. the american civil liberties union has raised the alarm over the use of amazon's facial recognition tool by police that's after they falsely much photos of members of congress with criminals and identification with accurate or not could cost people their freedom or even their lives congress must take these threats seriously hit the brakes and enact a moratorium on law enforcement for east recognition. well the civil liberties group compared photos of all members of congress with a database of mug shots amazon's facial recognition top made twenty eight matches all of them false eleven of the mismatches involve people of color printing
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additional concern the union claims the tour has an inbuilt racial bias with forty percent of the mistakes involving nonwhite people that's despite the fact congress which formed the test group is overwhelmingly white technology analyst roger case says the racial aspect has been exaggerated when the software is trained to recognize faces it has to train our corpus in the corpus is made up of lots of the images of people and for whatever reason the images are mainly copulation people then it will be better at recognizing them some of the minorities if they were well represented in the training still but if you just grabbing me any images that you find and many of them will be dark enough so that people who have darker skin tones may just do just may be harder to see it should be understood that the recognition is not a matter of taking a photograph and ripping period to another photograph and say no this one looks
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like that one that's what it is human we do know what a computer is though measures point. well despite widespread doubts about the technology amazon has been intensively promoting its use in police departments but next of course comedy as case as it could expect is public safety cameras on is already working with government agencies to deploy this technology and at the a.c.l.u. we obtain records that show that amazon signed a secrecy agreement with one county to keep details about the technology out of public view they've also invited law enforcement to suggest new features and they offered free consulting to help the city of orlando build its own system. but that isn't has hit back at the union's test saying it accusing low accuracy settings then recommended. well eighty percent confidence is an acceptable threshold for photos of hot dogs chairs animals or other social media use cases it wouldn't be appropriate for identifying individuals with
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a reasonable level of certainty when he's in facial recognition for law enforcement activities we guide customers to set a threshold of at least ninety five percent or higher management point of view what they said was that they train their law enforcement clients not to use this software or who are making decisions but rather to narrow down the pool to where suman can look at the final results and verify yes these do make sense either the same people or they're not the same people amazon is saying well we think it's quite helpful we can find lost children and we can find criminals and things and that's all very positive so then the a.c.l.u. is saying yes but you also may use it as a way to sweep up people there's a possibility of abuse of the technology and there's also the use of it for a good. three palestinians have been killed and eighty injured after friday's clashes on the israel gaza border one of the victims was
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a teenage boy according to the palestinian health ministry a journalist working with r.t. in two or three was in the midst of the unrest. this is the theory that was drawn that i still got. it. right out of her. appeal. for. the know you are going to go we're going to look at the body of the body. we just woke up from inhaling and suffocating tear gas i think it's going to go to you guys one more time by other tear gas canisters a college student protesters continue to proto. asked and are still very very close to the fence participating in the great much of a trend this is not the first time they have been thinking this violence and business as of course but they have been witnessing this for more than eighteen
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weeks now most of the injuries today have been injured in the upper part of the body where most of them are in the chest in the stomach conduct in the eye and the had does but a senior minister of health stated that most of the injuries today are from live ammunition this is a protest that was killed to a nice just then people are saying that he's shot killed it's very dangerous for us to be here but despite everything we're still here covering all the israeli violence against the palestinians the israeli military has defended its use of life fire saying soldiers acted within the rules of engagements to defend the border thousands of palestinians have been rallying on the gaza israel border every friday for the past four months to managing the right to reclaim ancestral lands.
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facebook is accused of censoring right tween content in brazil were not after the break.
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far away. down there aka poco he does the dollar vigilante and he's an anarchist and that is. it's anarchy in that there is no centralized authority that is corrupt of all that leads to all kinds of bad outcomes when you have anarchy we've got to centralization of power you know you have the wherewithal to have a more peaceful existence. there is the most noble political deciders to have more green energy but if implemented in the wrong commercial way. it will over the next few years say within the timeframe of three full five years you will have such
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a melanson of subsidized projects etc that are unlikely to be able to stand on their own two feet. welcome back facebook has blocked the accounts of hundreds of right wing activists in brazil as part of that campaign to tackle fake news the move caused outrage with many timing facebook is interfering in the upcoming presidential elections the head of the right wing free brazil movement says the tech giants decision to block the accounts was a surprise here's how facebook justified his actions. these pages and profiles were part of a coordinated network concealed by the use of fake accounts on facebook which hid
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from people the nature and origin of the continent for the purpose of generating division and spreading misinformation or course. was shut down and i was like what the hell is going on nel suddenly i start to see if i'm calling from. other friends who are also the woman and suddenly we also realize there are many many profiles or files for the leaders for. shut down and then we realize first even before the facebook give us an answer we realize that their words are. journalism paper writing that we. we were banned for facebook because we have like a network of around three hundred facebook pages and profiles spreading fake news and we're like we don't spread any fake knew what what the hell they're talking about. brazil's federal prosecutor has called on facebook to explain the blocking
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of the profiles he has demanded a list of all the blocked pages and profiles as well as a factual justification for each decision free brazil movement co-founder ran and santos says the deleted pages were influential enough to attract facebook's attention. it was in the last three years the most influential of page on brazilian facebook and it's all for one of the more. bridges an award actually or numbers of engagement used to be compared to a dog. beer and inherently and we did a lot of transformation or calgary because of our job because of our network because we fought the mainstream media as equally the knew that they could a wind of public debate against us so they decided to shut shit or not to make or make us quiet and that's what they're doing to start to first of all putting down our reach on facebook we used to reach eight million people by live people they
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need only on our facebook page and i will reach one point five to one people and they are doing this because of was your lectures and also because intern actual actions they are there and somehow they're trying to shore there are american elections that they are doing their homework using brazil as. an expert an experiment. to nazir has released a suspected islamic terrorist who was deported from germany two weeks ago and she has been judged cited a lack of evidence some e.i. duty grew up into his ear and moved to germany in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven in two thousand he spent several months in afghanistan and allegedly served as osama bin laden's bodyguard but in germany he applied for asylum in two thousand and six but his beard was rejected it took twelve years until he was deported. well the case was the subject of fierce debate in germany politicians argued over
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whether terror suspects should be sent to countries where they could face torture what free to wait sami in tunisia is not a problem of german taxpayers to protect and financially equipped and islamised while less and less remains for our own people is not acceptable but it suits chancellor angela merkel's vision for germany is allegedly a hate preacher he has al qaeda training and is said to have been the bodyguard have been lauded and anyone who thinks that we've done something terrible to sami a has to weigh up how long this man has already been in the country and how long we have tolerated this security risk rona's that he. should have been left in germany for ten years and secondly. the way he was brought back to tunisia where he was deported there is to scatter it caused to question the rule of law in germany and stop no one wants this man enjoyed by us it is grossly illegal what
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happened there cannot be described as legal it anyway the court ruled and you move government is down by court ruling it out just disregard of course yes this man was supported. by the town. and whether they actually are the way the government respond it in a very matter but you know our species result it's all chaos now. now tanks from twenty three countries are doing battle on the outskirts of moscow in the six on your tank play aslam.
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a huge wildfire has killed five people including two children in northern california more than thirty seven thousand residents have fled their homes as the fires continue to spread at least five hundred buildings have been destroyed the blaze has been raging since monday found by powerful winds creating so-called fire tornadoes more than forty eight thousand acres of forest have been destroyed. before more on these and plenty of other stories that go to our website r.t. dot com otherwise i'll be back with the latest headlines at the top of the hour see you again soon.
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that's a very rough for you so it's a profit. you have to fight to be able to live. it was. so many friends who would have been going there anything. you don't want. wouldn't . you know i don't want to see everybody in this world with these. due to budget spreading the good. old two new books were made in the open if. you don't think about this in this old coat on no you got three teeth like a penny on those and other patients. join me every thursday on the alex simon show i'll be speaking to guest on the
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world of politics small business i'm show business i'll see that. some people come on. people as you know we that. baby in. the trees. most politicians say that's the only thing i do but yes he did so. out of a sudden the man just. told me there was a time. i said i will enter it in if they will not allow me. if they will shoot me. i don't. mean you
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indeed i'm just i'm not picking on you need to be indicted to have been killed by the human on my own i got a fight you got me to go get i mean you got me i just. did it. exists is harder than kentucky. the oldest group the voices you can be very funny easily. a co money city it was almost no coal mines left. the jobs are gone all the pay rises showed their. love to see these people the survivors of a world disappearing before their eyes. i remember thinking when i was younger that if anything ever happened to the coal mines here that it would become
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a ghost town but i never thought in a million years i would see that and it's how it's happened. we are going through a dramatic economic and social and cultural transformation now women want to participate gay lesbian people want immigrants want rights in many cities are saying that's my way but there are more traditional parts of the society that are saying no i don't want that i live in a more of a world community i believe we should have one national policy i believe in a country that's divided as much as any in the world we actually have to localise our government. and. hi i'm actually. kaiser this is the kaiser report here with lovely the
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talented the vicious the intelligent stacey who will now take us through into the next segment of what you're watching here now stacey k.-max well you know the mexicans have provided us with a great solution to corrupt politicians and bad things corruption crime all that sort of stuff because there's a town in mexico called share ron the mexican indigenous community that ran politicians out of town shiran in the violent state of mitchell walk and will stand apart from mexico's electioneering season having tackle corruption and exploitation by banishing political parties police and gangsters this is an article from april back in two thousand and eleven they banned all politicians and political parties from ever operating in their town and you know what happened crime and there used to be a lot of kidnappings and torture and things like that and everything crime collapse
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plummeted once they kicked out the politicians because it was the politicians who were basically enabling and facilitating the criminals and i think you can see that maybe not so violently in much of the other parts of the world but i think you see that. to varying degrees all over but they ended crime completely by not only driving out the politicians but also the policeman they kicked the policeman out of you know i saw the story and the very first thing i thought of was just berwick. down there in acapulco he does the dollar vigilante and he's an anarchist and that is anarchy it's anarchy in that there is no centralized authority that is corrupt the ball that leads to all kinds of bad outcomes when you have got to centralization of power you know you have the wherewithal to have a more peaceful existence of anarchy is a peaceful kind of philosophy a political philosophy and he's also
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a nice guy was always on the market poco where they have a lot of guns. in there this is a mature walk and he's in guerrero which is where a couple cars very violent state of course as well but here these are the indigenous people the indigenous purry pecha town of chair on throughout all political parties after a popular uprising in two thousand and eleven and it does not want them back the only thing the parties have done is divide us so salvador say ha sharon's communal lands commissioner not just here but in the entire country the whole thing when they kick these people out all the politicians and the policeman they kick them out in two thousand and eleven because much of the anticipate can be traced back to the situation in the early part of the decade when the surrounding area was dominated by illegal loggers who clear cut local forests and hauled out dozens of truckloads of logs each week with the protection of a local drug cartel in the clue ssion of corrupt police and local politicians so
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they drove out those the police and the politicians and then the illegal logging stopped because the people wanted their environment their local environment to be nice and not have the illegal loggers there and then for that because there was no politician and police officers basically enabling their illegal activities had to stop a lot of problems with the managing communities of course has to do with managing one's medium of exchange you know the money the trade the gold whatever it might be and you giving some authority and some power to. some entity that would have dominion over said money or gold now is trip their currencies again jeff berwick being way ahead of the curve on this you know you eliminate the need for any centralized see or gold exchanging entity as well so add crypto currency to that community and you have a model for global growth based on anarchy and localism and that could be that's the entire global crypto community well panned you know fluffy pony
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you know. charlie louie and i'm going to give me song in the whole magic crypto circle show you should go i should go down to mexico and this plant the flag of crypto stop squabbling and leave me. alone to do something productive with your lives. you do something about hopefully and blow out the audio there but you know what so again this was written and april this is obviously in the july first elections we had obrador when but before that why they were saying they're adamant that there nobody is allowed to vote in this town for those parties quote we can't put a project like this at risk in order to participate in the federal election chavez said if we let in an election like this with polling stations and all that accompanies that the parties are going to want to get back in here political parties have occasionally attempted to campaign in the town only to be escorted out
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by the local randa the citizen run security force formed after the uprising there's a great film called the face of the crown i believe it. with talking about how a nobody is turned via the media into a political superstar and it creates all kinds of problems are robbery for in the film the candidate all politics is nonsense essentially it's just meant to smooth over inadequacies in what should be a matriarchy or what should be a paganism or polytheism all monotheism all political parties also naturalisation should be rejected in favor of a more of a matriarchal polytheistic kind of pagan worship being deities that are what we see in the crypto community there's a whole bunch of great crypt those out there there's an arrow me mention fluffy pony there's light point you mention charlie. panda as no coin and stead we have these doowop allee's in the us we had to outplay and i think this this statement if
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you go to this town share on what you see are a lot of graffiti murals all that sort of stuff and one of the one of the bits of mural says parties sure lon is not a toy sharon is not a toy so there's. i'm sure that you got bleeped there but you know if you go read the article you'll see that. i think these political parties and you see in the united states the hyper partisanship benefits it doesn't benefit the people of benefits the ratings of m s n b c or the ratings of fox benefits. the lobbyist benefits the political parties themselves because of course they get more donations from fanatical supporters so you know this is my story because they have to politically get together and decide to get rid of all politics they had a vote to get rid of voting and then they did it and now there's no more voting and they don't want any parties to come back ever again and there's peace and love in the valley because people are by nature communal ok that's the big secret about
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life on planet earth is that rugged individual is i'm in iran are false all truism is actually the most successful coping strategy we have as a living species on planet earth look at the other organisms the trees for example the flowers even the rocks in the stones have an inert soul that is contingent upon a network effect of. extraterrestrial ism that is imbuing every moment of every breath taken i have established here at this town. in mexico. and the indigenous people decided that politicians merely divide the people not only locally but federally they divide the people and that's what they do they also allow for all this toxic waste and the destruction of the environment in the area because of profit and that's what they didn't want them and in fact they found that
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when they basically banned politicians and they banned the police crime fell so i'm going to turn to this article from the united states where you see similar ingredients pants families failed at gas stations cost taxpayers twenty million dollars plus vice president might pay. and turns in a style jack when he talks about growing up in small town columbus indiana where his father helped build a midwestern empire of more than two hundred gas stations that provided an upbringing on quote the front row of the american dream the collapse of calle brothers oil company in two thousand and four was widely publicized well less well known is that the state of indiana and to a smaller extent kentucky and illinois are still on the hook for millions of dollars to clean up more than eighty five contaminated sites across the three states including underground tanks that leaked toxic chemicals into soil streams
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and well that's exactly what i'm saying is a rugged individualism as well i mean randy ism in the economy you have mike pence who is spewing propaganda nonsense ignoring the extra nowadays of his business his e.g. business yeah exactly his one family their one jury he and his brother and the father their family got to benefit hugely while the rest of the costs were socializing the well there's no monotheism it gives him the temerity and the narcissism to believe that the garbage that his family spewed is not his garbage if he isn't he doesn't see that he because he's a man of his monotheistic beliefs could ever generate any amount of toxic garbage this family did ok ok but let's talk about us let's get back down to like real world economics and i know i'm not doing the stripes ok ok these are that stripes and they're all connected so mike pence was then
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a third year congressman lost more than six hundred thousand dollars when the company went under he later became indiana governor and now has assets worth five hundred thirty two thousand dollars and one point one three million greg pence who is his brother who is seeking the vice president's old congressional seat now has a total assets worth fire. point seven to twenty six million dollars mike pence was head of the company not my pence but his brother greg pence was head of the company when it went under in two thousand and four he's now running to be congressman in indiana his net worth is between five point seven and twenty six million dollars and he's actually asking the taxpayer well he didn't even ask you just told the taxpayer you're going to pay for my cleanup because i'm not going to pay for the cleanup so somebody so you know if they live with the toxic waste in your environment because i'm not paying for it or you pay for it that's what politics becomes it becomes the last refuge of a scoundrel somebody once said so not only to escape being thrown in jail these
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people they become politicians to change the law ok hillary clinton comes to mind bill clinton comes to mind right well that's what the people of show ron also showed is like you don't want these politicians just get rid of the part of relatives sions and then this will be dealt with in a more you know less violent manner moxy till they want to thrive did to corrupt and just what is what mike pence and greg pence their family essentially did they deprive the people of oxygen of a current environment that's right. because of monotheism i think if you look at this from the big the biggest possible picture that's the problem well i don't think that but also you know the state governments have to pay indiana's paid over twenty million dollars but the federal government meanwhile plans to clean up a plume of cancer causing solvent discovered beneath a former kill brothers station that threatens drinking water near the pens family's home to place the president he's the president of bikes. this guy is me out you
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know. out. no i guess you have take a break and then when we come back they'll be like so much more that you'll wonder why he stayed. four men are sitting in a car when the phipps gets shot in the head. all four different versions of what happened one of them is on the death row there's no way he could have done it there's no possible way because the list did not shoot around a corner. right
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we're all set to start in five guys nothing to see a house no signal. he's not going to talk about no fly just renewed right after the morris explorers one knew it would appear to. board a rocket. to say well we know. how to illustrate. welcome to sophie and tell him says the sheriff not said today i woke up lots to talk about in our program and our guest is hoover the rock that will.
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off. hello there i'm ask as or welcome back hey you know what we're going to talk to bill abbot of mine's dot com because this thing is getting to be a big now bill welcome back already so last time you're on the show you said hey i should be an advisor so now i am an advisor because there is the bad mind and then there's the good line the bad mine is the corporate controlled mine where they're trying to feed as means of death the good mind is the global consciousness for a king on a mission of love this is where mines dot com comes in right not the hive mind not the bad guys but the good is now. how's blah chain actually
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in mines dot com and also lies block chain even made it so we're using it for the whole token system the twenty token and then we're putting all of the advertising transactions and peer to peer crowdfunding transactions on the box and really for autonomy and transparency. we used to use a point system back in the day which was all internal on our servers but people just wanted it to be opened up really badly right so if the u.s. government or some government comes to headquarters in connecticut and tells you to delete a post on mines dot com can you do that we can do that we don't do that because our policy is you know it's long as it's legal in the us it can be on servers we are moving well it depends what the content is so we as web torrent for those so if the seed of the of the web torrent links get out there then actually we can't believe it but so we're going to move probably to more types of data but block chain.
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is it's going to we're looking at it but it's going to take some time to you know put heavy content on the block chain i think that very few people are doing that successfully right now with heavy meaning video stuff like that but what about. controversial controversial saying this is a shame because look at the news recently a bank or because bank or it was kind of sold as decentralized and they ran into an interesting little situation where they froze a love a million dollars worth of the bank or tokens triggering this debate on decentralization and so it's kind of not all that clear where is the big coin ecosystem you've got a situation where there is no there there it is completely decentralized there's no headquarters there's no executive there's no c.e.o. it's unique in that way every single other coin out there like even if the area
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despite what joe lubin says i mean he's got talent is kind of a you know centralized entity there so when you think about the i mean yeah that's the utopia is to have a social network that is you know fully decentralized in you know no single lines and since you can take it down so that's why actually our node models are important as anyone can actually take our code start their own social network their own app and plug that into the ecosystem. so even though our so you know we run our servers for you know most of the functions on the site other people can set up hubs and so it is decentralized in that sense also all right so now you're making waves in vietnam right what happened was this good was happening yes there was this cyber security law that got passed in vietnam which is essentially censorship and surveillance law so google and facebook are now have this revolving door with the
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government so when they don't like a poster you know they want information on a certain person they can get that and that is what is allowing vietnam to get access to facebook and google in that country i think that you know maybe there's some other parts of the law which may be valuable. those parts are very bad which kills a whole lot so people are seeking more open alternatives where it least we have a policy that we're going to not take the content down i mean facebook's policy is you know still not even halfway there someone to china right china's highly controlled and so now this is moving into these other asian countries what about this chinese social score that they're developing again getting back what i said the good mind bad mind we're heading into a global mind reading into actually into a global hive mind and in the case of the chinese government our feeling is that they could assign every one of their billion plus citizens a social score and that if they spit on the sidewalk or they insult the government
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they get a negative to that score in which case they can can't buy airline tickets they can't buy train tickets there they get penalized severely so this is the bad hive mind the good hive mind in the case of mines dot com the intentions there are great remember when google launched their tagline was don't be evil and now you know they've kind of become evil so it is mines dot com what's going to stop you morphing into an evil you know entity yeah the hypocrisy of google up front with saying don't be evil or twitter saying free speech we're going to free speech party is that they were never free and open source so their code was always secret from the beginning and they had never had any intention of opening that up for public transparency they were never focused on in christian they were never really looking at decentralization now you know you know you see dorsey is you know interested in because. twitter he's not really implementing these principles of big corn into
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twitter which is odd and then but he likes it as a because it's square which he also as the c.e.o. they have a nap on which is very popular now people can buy and sell you know quite easily a very well designed well they seem to be taking the best things about. coin and you know helping brink because to be able but the app itself is not abiding by the principles of big point of watching these principles of big blah chain are they impossible to live through in other words it was born in the first few years there was this rush of euphoria that this is utopia and a lot of ways and now the reality of banks getting involved money matters getting involved and gun was getting involved you know is that going to survive like this period a lot of people compare bitcoin to a cult or a religion well if you look at culture religion they go through a similar period of christianity just for example start off sounding great then it
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became kind of weird because i'm going to go down the same path well yeah i mean. the utopian vision of pure decentralization i think is valuable for a goal but you know the idea that centralization in itself is evil i think is not necessarily true i think there's a little bit more nuance there i mean there are central servers can be valuable for certain functions they can be more efficient for certain functions and if you can you know hybridize and move towards total decentralization i think that's the goal but like when we're trying to build a social network we're not going to be able to have a funk i mean show me a functioning fully decentralized central network running on top of the watching doesn't it doesn't exist and if it does it's probably has some sort of highly centralized architecture or it's a hybrid ok so having said that about decline because does actually have an issue with mining concentration right so that is essential ization of the protocol and so
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you've got potentially a group of the asian miners banding together and they would have more than fifty one percent of the passion power and you know then you've got a centralized protocol and in response to that you've got. these platforms like being one of them and card on of being another one i guess talking about how to address that semi centralization issue in another iteration don't you think that a little of the drama going on with the us recently with their launch and the constitution and whatnot and i think that what we're all trying to make this happen so i think you're nodding your head on open source yeah i mean open source is kind of the bottom line litmus test in terms of we can't be any more open than open source i mean this is what we're doing if you don't like it i mean tell us but help fork it out ok that's a good rallying cry for kit n.l.
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now a lot of people like to talk without actually you know spending years developing a product and it's just rant on social media without bringing solutions so you know i think the people who are building products are the people who are doing things and if there are elements of centralization in order to get the job done i think that you know we just have to be on the path ok so let's just review again what minustah com is all about so you know what's the elevator pitch what is this rectum thing mine's dot com again just for people who are just joining us now globally and wondering what we're talking about give us the quick and dirty on this. social networking out similar to others but you earn crypto for your contributions and then you can use them use that crypto to boost your post for more reach or send peer to peer to other users on a monthly recurring basis for subscriptions and you know creators can set reward tears and so unlike other social media platforms like facebook that don't give you
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jack diddly squat for all the work you put into it here's an attempt to actually recapture recycle some of that income that's being generated back to the user and there are now two or three people in this space. right there competing in this space mines dot com has captured some pretty high profile folks that are now migrating to mines dot com was the head can now how many people are now working over there. so still pretty. we have open so we have like fifty open source developers who have contributed but i mean that i think is an important point like what if we had thousands of developers and that's why you know our growth the growth of our open source community is essential because you can leverage global developers with that if you're proprietary you can't do that i think that the reach is what social networks have as value so the news feed is where eyeballs are that
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is a tension you know you don't want to overcome modify attention but we give away the reach in the news feed that is how the network works so we reward the tokens and then we give people space you know every fifteen post you'll see a boosted post on facebook that's a paid ad and it's this whole conglomeration of you know algorithmically fed surveillance content we one hundred percent chronological. we're never going to mess with it so you're not worried about not reaching your file giving away the reach on the sun other words people are posting and that attracts eyeballs and you're not internally monetizing those eyeballs you are you're allowing the users to reap the benefit of the reach of the form and you guys are just focusing on inserting the kaizen all boosted and the enemy is or i can buy a spot you can buy or earn the money that we made just by participating you're
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going to earn totally gives you previews in those participating and i'm like you know what i'm going to spend ten percent of my tokens boosting something because i think it's going to earn me more tokens or because my business suggests i need to do marketing expenses in a biased. space on the mice dot com so how's it growing and what's the growth rate i mean just over the last week we got one hundred fifty thousand users from from vietnam war that it was kind of thirty thousand in a week how do you know that real surge is happening you know i mean you do see incremental growth we are you know growing at that steady rate but realistically the way networks grow is just when these media events happen you know maybe some legislation goes gets an acted or some huge just think and right and so you know then i agree and then you hit the issue of scaling yeah right so you get one hundred thousand users in a week now so how's the scaling going what did it jam up or did you just fly through that with flying colors it did not even glitch the issue so we translated
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to be enemies now that was our biggest project in the last week so you know now we offer of enemies and english but i think we're really focused on something major test you passed yet really a test and if we now if we translate never language i think that it's going to be here i mean we have people would you ever use it out there was only in chinese that's as a question i can't answer because we're out of time we've got to say goodbye but i'll answer that next time you're out how about that thanks for being on the class report from and that's going to do it for this edition of the kaiser report was the max kaiser stacy ever like thing i guess bill ottman of mine's dot com going away just on twitter it's kaiser report and i stand by oh. there is the most noble political deciders to have more green energy but it's implemented in the wrong commercial way. it will or the next few years say within
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the timeframe of three four five years you will have. subsidized projects a drug that will on like egypt be able to stand on their own two feet. when lawmakers manufacture consent this instant to the public worlds. when the ruling classes project themselves. the final merry go round be the one percent i'm told. that's nothing to ignore middle of the room signals. the real news is really the world's.
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see their largest single day dropping for years as they use a base shrinks while don't trump accuses the platform of silencing republicans. online giants such as spotify continue to lose money despite their soaring stock valuations and we look at how this puts their workers at risk and. doubts are raised about the use of facial recognition by u.s. police self why do you. much as members of congress to criminal mugshots. and three palestinians die after being shot by israeli soldiers on the gaza border a journalist working with r.t. was caught up in the turmoil. we just cut for behaving in suffocating.
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thank you for watching the news here at r.t. international broadcasting live from moscow i'm kate. trisha's bunged on friday after the tech giant admitted some bad news stocks lost twenty one percent wiping six billion dollars of the company's value it was the biggest single day decline since twenty fourteen and came after twitter admitted its user base has shrunk by one million amid a pose of fake accounts well meanwhile president trump claims the service is restricting the visibility of prominent republicans in such results the practice is known as shadow banning trump called it discriminatory and suggested it may be illegal but twitter denies any political bias. our behavioral ranking doesn't make judgments based on political views or the substance of tweets we are aware that some accounts are not automatically populating in our search box and shipping a change to address this huge media oligarchs i believe they are exploiting their
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position zuckerberg and indeed twitter always maintained they are not publish it was like a newspaper they are just a tech platform but it's interesting platform limits to allow all its use as long as they don't break the law of the country that they're in their excuses oh well you can still see this stuff so if this person you follow if you go to their profile well that's a bit like the postman show you waiting for a letter it doesn't cut and you have to keep go down the post office to say you got the post for me today age frankly ludicrous what they're doing at the moment he's wrong it should be a great platform for political discussion they used that for political aims. and twitter isn't the only corporate giant facing questions tesla and spotify are posting huge losses artie's daniel bushell looks into the story wall street thawing around all time peak and driving that growth locomotive of these guys who
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corporations like to his lot spotify and dropbox or invest the darlings committing even the general public who use their everyday products to buy in whole roll. big pair to respond if i was the leader in three a music i say sometimes the most successful american tech come call. just one tiny problem these firms are losing horrific money tesla is worth more than car colossus is ford or general motors despite selling a tiny fraction of the coals. and losing millions music streaming joint sports if i was just an adult vost losses is now the biggest alltop in the world but it's lost money every year of its life and last year the worst and i was in full and the
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whole of billion the hope is one fine day will book. in to his leg trick cause while uploading spotify music to the dropbox cloud or something like that but new economy new danger these aren't small companies anymore they affect millions of workers and uses and cracks beginning to show suggesting far from expanding some of starting to fall of their workforce and in the new economy relationships are shall we say complicated hundreds of thousands of paid for tesla cause the poor company hasn't even built if it goes bust these ordinary people would likely be quote wiped out definitely there's a there's a bubble not just and in tech stocks but in the general stock market itself in the us we're already seeing companies like general electric and caterpillar and some of the others. wells fargo in financial stress that there are signs of financial
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fragility as i call it where francia fragility is really a condition where the cash flow to finance previous debt becomes insufficient and they can't roll over the debt and they can't borrow the debt so then they have to default or sell off some of their assets first their better assets and then they did they default if after they can sell off those assets well that financial fragility in my book systemic fragility in the global economy is an indicator of pending financial instability and i think we're approaching that and we may see that emerge in the next year or two. the u.k. . suspended cooperation with the u.s. in the trial of two former british citizens who joined islamic state known as the jihadi beatles due to their actions the pair were caught in syria and could now face the death penalty in america britain had intended to share intelligence to
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help the prosecution however london decided to take a short term pause after outrage in britain over the possible execution the u.k. abolished capital punishment for treason in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight lawmakers rights groups and a family member of one of the suspects all appealed to the government artie's party boyko takes a closer look at the case. political rallies human rights taking a stand in case you missed it quite frankly a bit of a pay when you want some but not the terrorists taken care of. the isis b. cells not called back because most of the my dad in one is a terrible drama but because they carried out he needs to accept terroristic gruesomeness well speaking with a british accent grammar came up with that title has unfortunately made the sound a little too costly for a gang of murderous but head well ten of them have been captured by the us which really wants to extradite them home and deliver some humane injustice if you know
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what i mean well america needs is a bit of evidence to be sent out of it from britain which is a real shame because the u.k. is a country of conviction political values and it doesn't contain the possible use of the death penalty in any situation there was outrage how could britain stoop so low i'm sure it even the lives of the beatles at risk they had already rescinded their british passports my god is not punishment enough. anyway if you care of the likes of the isis beetles while at the same time keeping your values intact well luckily there are a few options. to get the bad guys with anonymous drones while they're still in a sandy country that different tone sure is always tricky but if one of your intelligence agents happens to be standing in the back of the room well someone else from one of those developing nations happens to be pulling out the fingernails well that's different and steve i'd freedom fighters with
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a picture of bin ladin in their wallets to do some killing that. sending terrorists to stand trial in a real court or for a possible death sentence well not just that. the american civil liberties union has raised the alarm over the use of amazon's facial recognition to buy police that's all after they falsely much photos of members of congress these criminals. an identification with that accurate or not could cost people their freedom or even their lives congress must take these threats seriously hit the brakes and enact a moratorium on law enforcement use of face recognition well a civil liberties group compared photos of all members of congress with a database of mug shots amazon's facial recognition top made twenty eight matches all of them false eleven of the mismatches involve people of color printing additional concern they didn't claims the tour has an inbuilt racial bias with
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forty percent of the mistakes involving non white people that's despite the fact congress which form the test group is overwhelmingly white technology analysts raja k. though says the racial aspect has been exaggerated when the software is trained to recognize faces it has to train our corpus in the corpus is made up of lots of the images of people and for whatever reason the images are mainly cartesian people then it will be better at recognizing them then at some of the minorities if they were well represented in the training samples but if you just grab any any images that you find and many of them will be dark enough so that people who have darker skin tones may just do just may be harder to see it should be understood their mission recognition is not a matter of taking a photograph and for comparing it to another photograph and say no this one looks like that and that's what human we do know what a computer dollars is there is measures points. well despite widespread doubts
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about the technology amazon has been intense to be promoting its use in police departments the next of course common use cases you could expect is a public safety amazon is already working with government agencies to deploy this technology at the a.c.l.u. we obtain records that show that amazon signed a secrecy agreement with one county to keep details about the technology out of public view they've also invited law enforcement to suggest new features and they offered free consulting to help the city of orlando build its own system but amazon has hit back at the union's test saying it had used low accuracy settings then recommended. well eighty percent confidence is an acceptable threshold for photos of hot dogs chairs animals or other social media use cases it wouldn't be appropriate for identify an individual us with a reasonable level of certainty when he is in facial recognition for law enforcement activities we got customers to set
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a threshold of at least ninety five percent or higher management point of view what they said was that they train their law enforcement clients not to use the software or who are making decisions but rather to narrow down the pool to where you can look at the final results and verify yes these do make sense either the same people or they're not the same people amazon is saying well we think it's quite helpful we can find lost children and we can find criminals and things and that's all very positive so then the a.c.l.u. is saying yes but you also may use it as a way to sweep up people there's a possibility of abuse of the technology and there's also the use of it for a good. three palestinians have been killed and eighty injured after friday's clashes on the israel gaza border one of the victims was a teenage boy according to the palestinian health ministry a journalist working with r.t.
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three was in the midst of the unrest. so this is the theory that was driving that. does. it. go out of her. appeal. or the no no you're going to. go we're going to look at the body of the body. we just woke up from inhaling and suffocating here guys i think it was just you guys one more time by other tear gas canisters analysing protesters continue to protest and. still very very close to the fence participating in the great much of a trend this is not the first time and they have been thinking this violence and business as a force but they have been witnessing this for more than eighteen weeks now most of the injuries today have been injured in the upper part of the body where most of
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them are in the chest in the stomach and down and out and the had and it does but a senior minister had stated that most of the injuries today are from live ammunition this is a protest that was killed to a nice just then people are saying that he's shot killed it's very dangerous for us to be here but despite everything we're still here covering all the israeli violence against the palestinians well the israeli military has defended his use of live ammunition saying soldiers acted within the rules of engagement to defend the border thousands of palestinians have been rallying on the gaza israel border every friday for the past four months demanding the right to reclaim ancestral lands.
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facebook is accused of censoring a right wing content in brazil were not story after the break. four men are sitting in a car when the phipps gets shot in the head. all four different versions of what happened one of them is on the death row there's no way he could have done it there's no possible way because the oldest did not share ran a corner. i've been saying the numbers mean something they've matter to us is over twenty trillion dollars in debt more than ten white collar crime stamping each dish. eighty five
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percent of global wealth you longs to be all for rich eight point six percent market saw a thirty percent rise last year some with four hundred to five hundred three per cent at first second and bitcoin roasted one hundred thousand dollars. china's building two point one billion dollars a i industrial park but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only number you need to remember is one one business shows you can't afford to miss the one and only boom bust. out what politicians do something. they put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president. more somehow want to be. the two going to be press the saliva before three in the morning can't be good. i'm
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interested always in the waters in the house. first sit. welcome back facebook has blocked the accounts of hundreds of right wing activists in brazil as part of their campaign to tackle fake news the move caused outrage with many claiming facebook is interfering in the country's upcoming presidential elections the head of the right wing free brazil movement says the tech giant's decision to brought the accounts was a surprise here's how facebook justified its action these pages and profiles were part of a coordinated network concealed by the use of fake accounts on facebook which hid from people the nature and origin of their content for the purpose of generating
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division and spreading misinformation or of course the officer who called was shut down and i was like what the hell's going on then suddenly i start to receive. my girlfriends who are also the woman and suddenly we also realize there are many many profiles or syllable files for all of the leaders for. were shut down and then we realized first even before the facebook it was an answer we realized that there was our. journalism paper writing that we. we were branded for facebook because we have like a network of around three hundred facebook pages and profiles spreading fake nodes and we're like we don't spread any fake knew what what the hell they're talking about. well brazil's federal prosecutor has called on facebook to explain the
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blocking of the profiles he has demanded a list of all the block pages and profiles as well as a factual justification for each decision free brazil movement co-founder and sun's us again says the deleted pages were influential enough to attract facebook's attention it was in the last three years the most influential. of page on brazilian facebook and it's all or one of the most influential political breaches in the war of action or numbers of engagement used to be compared to the mr need be and inherently and we did a lot of transformation or calgary because of our job because of her network because we fought the mainstream media as equally the deal that they couldn't wind a public debate against us so they decided to shut shuttle we're not to make us quiet and that's what they're doing those tar to first of all putting down our reach on facebook used to reach eight million people by live people they need only
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on our facebook page and i will reach one point five to one people and they are doing these because of what's your lectures and also because intern actual actions they are there and somehow they're trying to shore their marital lectures that they are doing their homework using brazil as. an expert an experiment. to nazir has released a suspected islamic terrorist who was deported from germany two weeks ago a judge cited a lack of evidence something i do d. grew up in tunisia and moved to germany in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven in two thousand he spent several months in afghanistan and allegedly served as osama bin laden's bodyguard back in germany he applied for asylum in two thousand and six but his beard was rejected and it took twelve years until he was deported. well the case was the subject of fierce debate in germany politicians are going to
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over whether terror suspects should be sent to countries where they could face torture what free to wait sami in tunisia is not a problem of german taxpayers to protect and financially equipped and islamised while less and less remains for our own people is not acceptable but it suits chancellor angela merkel's vision for germany is allegedly a hate preacher he has al qaeda training and is said to have been the bodyguard have been lauded and anyone who thinks that we've done something terrible to sami a has to weigh up how long this man has already been in the country and how long we have tolerated the security risk promised that he. shouldn't have been left in germany for ten years and secondly. the way he was brought back to tunisia where he was wanted there is scattered it caused to question the rule of law in germany no one wants this man in germany but it is grossly illegal what happened
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there cannot be described as legal it anyway because the rules and do you move government is down by court ruling they can't just disregard of course yes this man must be supported. and without a are the way the government respond it in a very matter well you know it's the fresh start it's all care it's now. a huge wildfire has killed five people including two children in northern california more than thirty seven thousand residents have fled their homes as the fire continues to spread at least five hundred buildings have been destroyed the blaze has been raging since monday found by powerful winds creating so-called fire tornadoes holding forty eight thousand acres of forest have also been destroyed. we . now tanks probably twenty three countries are doing battle on the outskirts of
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moscow in the sixth annual tank last long. i'll be back with the latest headlines in just over half an hour meanwhile for more on all of our stories go to our.
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miners have said. that it was love to see these people the survivors of disappearing before their eyes. i remember thinking when i was younger that if anything ever happened to the coal mines here that it would become a ghost town but i never thought in a million years i would see that and it's happened it's happened. there is the most noble political deciders to have more green energy but if implemented in the wrong commercial way. it will over the next few years say with enough of the time frame of three four five years you will have such a melanson of subsidized projects paid cetera that all unlikely to be able to stand on their own two feet.
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difficult actually i read if i families. that. have been so we've got precise phones because if you we're just going to you're going to want to drag and it will be a technicality that will make it short three minutes per person so what we have the most people possible can be able to make a phone call and then or if you don't manage today tomorrow we coming back with a team all day again and you'll be able to make phone calls tomorrow too for those who couldn't today and only four million years to your family is right well on the third but most up up. i know. i know why i do you just today and never have any outcome is nobody. i'm going to have. i don't. want.
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to do gooders. you. know do you know what because of the look you centuries. of the. culture. here one feels. not is to be somewhere you have to and. so you really need to get on if you think you can do so i think go house to house on the side and i can do jeans. and ran marathons post thirty years back.
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so the last four years and the entire planet hieromonk so it's a view of life. after every american nephew who competition that i'm in you feel like you can do everything. you know you. get good delegates it's over it it's right. more to try to do more than the fact. that any one. of the.
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family in my family is in serbia. sometimes. you feel like oh and then you sing you cross and you means then but on the other side the theme is very nice and even though the theme is not so big. in the show some kind of. nice social life. for man or sitting in a car when the fifths gets shot in the head. all four different versions of what happened one of them is on the death row
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there's no way he could have done it there's no possible way because the list did not shoot around a corner. with the whole make just manufacture consensus instance of public wealth. when the ruling classes protect themselves. when the final merry go round lifts and the one percent of. the time we can all middle of the room sick. to listen to the real news is. right we're all set to start in five. houses signal.
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it's not going to talk about. just when you. right after the arse explorers one knew it wouldn't there be a. fool to rock. to say well we know. nothing in this room well welcome to sophie and tell him says the sheriff said today we've got lots to talk about in our program and our gaston. good luck to. you know world big partisan group lot and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than
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ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the back and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks. join me every thursday on the elec simon chill and i'll be speaking to guest of the world of politics sports business i'm show business i'll see you then. we are going through a dramatic economic and social and cultural transformation now women want to participate people want immigrants want rights in many cities are saying that's my way but there are more traditional parts of the society that are saying no i don't want that i live in a more of a world community i believe we should have one national policy i believe in
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a country that's divided as much as any in the world we actually have to localise our government to move.
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this next was called a truly. i would say cult. could. put up a three o'clock news server like to. sleep on. board. oh you. guys want i owe you money today not yet ok now the pitiful and one of the.
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i'm here looking for a place since i have heard there was a parade said yesterday were very gunshot wound. to the shoulder who was here with . a lemon in a coke so come to see if other things there they did for it's the. same i'd like for the. should it shut up. in the notion that it is going to try to pass gun if you got the chance to run again be sure. that in your opinion that's a lot of good enough to. take it. to that of a movement song so. if you don't judge are going to. transition education in the age of any. treaty any idea that most of us
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medical ok got to go off to say that it's just. the conflict is not far away in the that and we don't rule out the possibility that could that be. has been attacked is not as a possibility that we're taking seriously and we have to plan ahead of its. we want to make sure that's actually in the first place would evacuate the patients with a minimum of staff staying in production until the last moment and when indeed we visit not enough security guarantees for staff to stay there then will that i care it's also. just
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a show for you on the day to make it from the phone to me was more than usual but as usual they were going to move drink from all of the door the only member of so one of them once and for took more than a bush was appointed to the throne and just across from him and again we would you steve. by the moment i've been for them but in the form of you're going to be identified because you have. some patience for so many vehicles wow ok yeah yeah. what was the story there is to call some initial carrier there were three of. those who were in the host were done do the first go did they do brad mansion or headed to tracy. grimshaw. oh right near has grown nerf injury
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or is it was a home. so to show and so this on occasion next to just. play. with. it but it's not penetrating down to. a soft tissue on. the next one will be if you said. to his mates yeah let's let's play something came out. why don't they when i'm not sure they're let's put this one i don't. know if he really believes it but i'm like i was talking about the last ten dollars loan i made i went out and you know i try to help you but your idea will level ok one two three let's go slower come come come come come. come come come come i'll bring alex your i don't i'm going to go ok. ok put him here and on this for the.
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whole a good thing he's going to come. now but to me we've been here for a little places for the stretches and i was you know so this is new on this one in a way you tend to model the future and. if he's in pain and all it can can ask of his. i imagine i get it going very well. i make you some injection here we have to so if you don't feel his leg he will say think twice much more quiet. until my friend was going to go to. the more and you know it's not one painful on top of that i think. that's also something. so they'll still be on the stretcher while we fly them no response you know yeah he will be sitting so too will destroy just and that will go
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on the chair in the. daytime so we have nine seats at this point correct. he just you know change her mind to that's what we got. actually we have so full house yet ok. given to us a. mistake to make sure. that. it was. just the time they found.
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say a shooting came a lot actually so she thought. that would be totally. detached. doing. it. minibike they. must be put off so they arrive in december and then they're back to send overcome many many problems. i believe myself going to. you know just give them time with your time to recover. because they're recovering
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the mines the recount recovering the bodies so just to continue in their will give up even in this situation it's desperately the beginning. of. the. fever.
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all first well it's only about the looking. forward to one of the ninety one columns on the. floor of. the. fueling up. there is the most noble political deciders to have more green energy but if implemented in the wrong commercial way. it will over the next few years save within the time frame of three full five years you will have such a mountain all subsidized projects etc that are unlikely to be able to stand on their own two feet. closer. to some people come
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on. they use indigenous people as you know we that. paid in. the treaty. most politicians say that's the only thing i do but yet. out of a sudden. man just temple being there. i said i will enter it in if they will not allow me. if they will shoot me. at all. million million indeed i'm not i'm not even on the menominee been diabetes have been killed by the human and i don't think that if i got medical took a long time in the economy i used.
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to what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy confrontation let it be an arms race is on off and spearing dramatic development only personally i'm going to resist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time time to sit down and talk. just far away. down there acapulco he does the dollar vigilante and he's an anarchist and that is an arche it's anarchy in that there is no centralized authority that is corrupt of all that leads to all kinds of bad outcomes when you have got to centralization of power you know you have the wherewithal to have a more peaceful existence. in. zia's says harlan kentucky.
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we all in this room boys to go green street families. need. a co money city with almost no coal mines lived. in jobs or grow all the poll was assured that there was a lot of to see xp. the survivors of disappearing before their eyes. i remember thinking when i was younger that is anything ever happened to the coal mines here that it would become a ghost town but i never thought in the million years i would see that and it's how it's happened. was.
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trisha shares see their largest single day drop in four years as they use a base shrinks while donald trump accuses the platform of silencing republicans. online giants such as spotify continue to lose money despite their soaring stock valuations and we look at how this puts their workers at risk. dogs are raised about the use of facial recognition by u.s. police soft very widely used tools much as members of congress to criminal mugshots . and three palestinians die after being shot by israeli soldiers on the gaza border the journalist working with r.t. was caught up in the turmoil. we just woke up from and hating it suffocating you guys. going to do it.
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you know watching the news hear it on t international thank you for joining us to shares plunged on friday after the tech giant admitted some bad news. stocks lost twenty one percent wiping six billion dollars of the company's value it was the biggest single day decline since twenty fourteen and came after twitter admitted its user base has shrunk by one million amid a purge of fake accounts when we were president trump claims the service is restricting the visibility of prominent republicans in search results the practice is known as shadow banning trump calls it discriminatory and suggested it may be illegal but twitter denies any political bias. our behavioral ranking doesn't make judgments based on political views or the substance of tweets we are aware that some accounts are not automatically populating in our search box and shipping a change to address this you media are gartside lead they are exploiting their
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position zuckerberg. always maintained they are not publishers like a newspaper they are just a tech but what if they just project platform they must allow all views as long as they don't break the law of the country that they're in their excuses oh you can still see this stuff if this person you follow if you go to their profile well that's a bit like the postman show you waiting for a letter. and you have to keep go down the post office to say you've got the post for me today age frankly ludicrous what they're doing at the moment he's wrong it should be a great classical for political discussion they use that for political ends. and twitter isn't the only corporate giant facing questions tesla and spotify are posting huge losses artie's daniel bushell looks into the story. wall street soaring around all time peak and driving that growth locomotive of these guys who
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corporations like tesla spotify and dropbox are invested darlings committing even the general public who use their everyday products to buy in a role. as the leader in stream music i say some sometimes the most successful american tech company. just one tiny problem these firms are losing a rethink money tesla is worth more than car colossus is ford or general motors despite selling a tiny fraction of the cause and losing billions music streaming giant spotify is just announced vast loss is now the biggest alltop in the world but it's lost money every year of its life and last year the worst an i was four and the whole of
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billion the hope is one fine day will book. in to cause while uploading spotify music to the dropbox cloud or something like that but new economy new danger these aren't small companies anymore they affect millions of workers and users and cracks beginning to show suggesting far from expanding some of starting to fall out of their workforce and in the new economy relationships are shall we say complicated hundreds of thousands of paid for tesla cause the poor company hasn't even built if it goes bust these ordinary people would likely be quote wiped out definitely there's a there's a bubble not just in tech stocks but in the general stock market itself in the u.s. we're already seeing companies like general electric to caterpillar and so. the others. wells fargo in financial stress that there are signs of financial
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fragility as i call it where francia fragility is really a condition where the cash flow to finance previous debt becomes insufficient and they can't roll over the debt and they can't borrow the debt so then they have to default or sell off some of their assets first their better assets and then they did they default if f. they can't sell off those assets well that financial fragility in my book systemically jittery in the global economy is an indicator of pending financial instability and i think we're approaching that and we may see that emerge in the next year or two. the u.k. has suspended cooperation with the u.s. in the trial of two former british citizens who joined islamic state the pair were caught in syria and could not face the death penalty in america britain had intended to share intelligence to help the prosecution however london decided to
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take a short term pause after outrage in britain over the possible execution the u.k. abolished capital punishment for treason in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight nor makers rights groups and a family member of one of the suspects all appealed to the government ati's party boyko takes a closer look at the case. political rallies human rights taking a stand in case you missed it quite frankly a bit of a pay when you want some blood thirsty terrorists taken care of. the isis b. cells not called back because most of them a dad in one is a terrible drama but because they carried out he may accept terroristic gruesomeness while speaking with a british accent grammar came up with that title has unfortunately made them sound a little too costly for a gang of murderous beheaded as well ten of them have been captured by the us which really wants to extradite them home and deliver some humane justice if you know what i mean all american needs is
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a bit of evidence to be sent out of from britain which is a real shame because the u.k. is a country of conviction political values and it doesn't contain the personal use of the death penalty in any situation there was outrage how could britain stoop so low i'm sure that even the lives of their beatles at risk they had already rescinded their british passports my god is that not punishment enough. in any way of taking care of the likes of the isis beatles while at the same time keeping your values intact well luckily there are a few options. targeting bad guys with anonymous trains while they're still in a sandy country that different tonsure is always tricky but if one of your intelligence agents happens to be standing in the back of the room well someone else from one of those developing nations happens to be pulling out the fingernails well that's different and steve i'd freedom fighters with a picture of bin laden in that wallet to do some killing that stiff sending
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terrorists to stand trial in a real court for a possible death sentence well not just that. the american civil liberties union has raised the law over the use of amazon's facial recognition tool by police that's often they falsely much photos of members of congress with criminals. and identification with accurate or not could cost people their freedom or even their lives congress must take these threats seriously hit the brakes and enact a moratorium on law enforcement use of face recognition the civil liberties group compared photos of all members of congress with a database of mug shots hours and spatial recognition top made twenty eight matches all of them false eleven of the mismatches involve people of color prompting additional concern the union claims the tour has an inbuilt racial bias with forty
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percent of the mistakes involving nonwhite people that's despite the fact congress which form the test group is overwhelmingly white however technology analyst roger case says the racial aspect has been exaggerated. when the software is trained to recognize faces it has to train our corpus and the corpus is made up of lots of the images of people and for whatever reason the images are mainly copulation people then it will be better at recognizing them some of the minorities if they were well represented in the training samples but if you just grab any any images that you find and many of them will be dark enough so that people who have darker skin tones may just do just may be harder to see it should be understood their recognition is not a matter of taking a photograph and for comparing it to another photograph and saying oh this one looks like that and that's what human we do know what a computer is there is measures points where despite widespread doubts about the
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technology amazon has been intensively promoting its use in police departments but next of course comedy as kate said you could expect if public safety kemas on is are already working with government agencies to deploy this technology at the a.c.l.u. we obtain records that show that amazon signed a secrecy agreement with one county to keep details about the technology out of public view they've also invited law enforcement to suggest new features and they offered free consulting to help the city of orlando build its own system but amazon has hit back at the indians test saying get edgy use low accuracy settings than recommended. well eighty percent confidence is an acceptable threshold for photos of chairs animals or other social media use cases it wouldn't be appropriate for identify an individual us with a reasonable level of certainty when he is in facial recognition for law enforcement activities we got customers to set a threshold of at least ninety five percent or higher for management's point of
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view what they said was that they train their law enforcement clients not actually use the software or who are making decisions but rather to narrow down the pool to where the shoeman can look at the final results and verify yes these do make sense the same people or they're not the same people amazon is saying well we think it's quite helpful we can find lost children and we can find criminals and things and that's all very positive but then the a.c.l.u. is saying yes but you also may use that as a way to sweep up people there's a possibility of abuse of the technology and there's also the use of it for good. three palestinians have been killed and eighty injured after friday's clashes on the israel gaza border one of the victims was a teenage boy according to the palestinian health ministry a journalist working with r.t.
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was in the midst of the arm rest so this is the theory that ad drone that fire is still does. get me. to. do it. but what if. we just woke up from inhaling and suffocating tear gas i think it's going to go to you guys one more time by all the tear gas canisters analysing in protesters continue to protest and are still very very close to the fence participating in the great much of return this is not the first time they have been facing this violence and business as of course but they have been witnessing this for more than eighteen weeks now most of the injuries today have been injured in the upper part of the body where most of them are in the
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chest in the stomach conduct in that and the had this but a senior minister had stated that most of the injuries today are from live ammunition this is a protest that was killed to his chest then people are saying that he's shot and killed it's very dangerous for us to be here but despite everything we're still here covering up all of the israeli violence against the palestinians. the israeli military has defended its use of live ammunition saying soldiers acted within the rules of engagement to defend the border thousands of palestinians have been rallying on the gaza israel border every friday for the past four months demanding the right to reclaim ancestral lands.
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facebook is accused of censoring right wing content in brazil more on that story after the break. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy to. let it be an arms race in. spearing dramatic development only personally. i don't see how that strategy will be successful. to sit down to talk. kentucky. people.
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know coal mines left. all the profiles of. these people. disappearing before their eyes. i remember thinking when i was younger that if anything ever happened to the coal mines here that it would become a ghost town but i never thought in a million years i would see that and it's how it's happened.
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welcome back facebook has blocked the accounts of hundreds of right wing activists in brazil as part of their campaign to tackle fake news the move caused outrage with many claiming facebook is interfering in the country's upcoming presidential elections the head of the rightwing free brazil movement says the tech giant's decision to block the accounts was a surprise here's how facebook justified its action these pages and profiles were part of a coordinated network concealed by the use of fake accounts on facebook which hid from people the nature and origin of the continent for the purpose of generating
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division and spreading misinformation or of course the officer who called was shut down and i was like what the hell's going on there southerly i start to receive phone calls wrong model friends who are also the woman and suddenly we also realize there are many many profiles or syllable files for all of the leaders for. why and then we realize first even before the facebook it was an answer we realize that their words are hard tours. journalism paper writing that we are we were branded for face look because we have like a network of around three hundred facebook pages and profiles spreading fake nodes and we're like we don't spread any fiction in what what the hell they're talking about brazil's federal prosecutor has called on facebook to explain the blocking of the profiles he's demanded a list of all the blocked pages and profiles as well as
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a factual justification for each decision free brazil movement co-founder rain and sun times again says the deleted pages were influential enough to attract facebook's attention. it was in the last three years the most influential. of page on brazilian facebook and. or one of the more political bridges in the world actually or numbers of engagement used to be compared to. the year and inherently and we did a lot of transformation or calgary because of our job because of our network because we fought the mainstream media as equally the deal that they couldn't wind a public debate against us so they decided to shut shit or not to make or make us quiet and that's what they're doing those start to first of all putting down our reach on facebook used to reach eight million people by live people they meet only
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on our facebook page and our we reach one point five to one people and they are doing this because of what's your lectures and also because intern actual actions they are there and somehow they're trying to shore their marital lectures that they are doing their homework using brazil as. an expert an experiment. genius here has released a suspected islamic terrorist who was deported from germany two weeks ago a judge cited a lack of evidence sami i duty grew up in tunisia and moved to germany in one thousand nine hundred seven in two thousand he spent several months in afghanistan and allegedly served as osama bin laden's bodyguard back in germany he applied for asylum in two thousand and six but his bid was rejected but it took twelve years until he was deported well the case was the subject of fierce debate in germany politicians argued over whether terrorist suspects should be sent to countries
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where they could face torture. what free to wade sammy in tunisia is not a problem of german taxpayers to protect and financially equipped and islamised while less and less remains for our own people is not acceptable but it suits chancellor angela merkel's vision for germany is allegedly a hate preacher he has al qaeda training and is said to have been the bodyguard have been lauded and anyone who thinks that we've done something terrible to sami a has to weigh up how long this man has already been in the country and how long we have tolerated this security risk promised that he. shouldn't have been left in germany for ten years and secondly. the way he was brought back to tunisia where he was deported there is scattered it caused to question the rule of law in germany no one wants this manager but it is grossly illegal what happened there
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cannot be described as legal it anyway the court ruled and how do you move government is bound by court rulings they have just disregard the course yes this man must be supported. and without a doubt the way the government responded it in a very matter well you know speech for a start it's ok it's now a huge wildfire has killed five people including two children in northern california more than thirty seven thousand residents have fled their homes as the fire continues to spread at least five hundred buildings have been destroyed the blaze has been raging since monday fanned by powerful winds creating so-called fire tornadoes more than forty eight thousand acres of forest have also been destroyed. that tanks from twenty three countries are doing battle on the outskirts of moscow
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in the sixth annual tank why are flood. well for more on these on plenty of other stories and features then go to our website. i'll be back at the way she said lines at the top of the hour see that.
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faraway. down there aka poco he does the dollar vigilante and he's an anarchist and that is. it's anarchy in that there is no centralized authority that is corrupt the ball that leads to all kinds of bad outcomes when you have got to centralization of power you know you have the wherewithal to have a more peaceful existence. and. we are going through a dramatic economic and social and cultural transformation that women want to participate gay and lesbian people want immigrants want rights in many cities are saying that's my way but there are more traditional parts of the society that are saying no i don't want that i live in a more of a rural community i believe we should have one that i believe in a country that's divided as much as any in the world we actually have to localise our government.
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financial. locust did it is. nothing. to. do it a little jim cooney was. a single divinity school united you know it. all for school it's only about the working on the other. four will be one of them i mean my colleague john walsh. boy. oh you'll move on.
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a new stage appeared on the world map in two thousand and eleven south sudan. gets separated from its neighbor sudan after an independence referendum. since then between government and insurgent troops has never stopped it is in fact a continuation of a much older struggle between different tribal factions. yeah
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. ok we go. ok it was gunshots one time demand for fifteen match so many fresh. broken so the one is going to get directly to the but doesn't go to the chest and gesture was. lost on me and he's doing well ok we go. to move on trying to do opposites but he just lost. bluster going which might get the thought out so you where you. see. the real issues.
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discussed so. they could meet. tree. into a. department maternity everything is put together i mean in discovery the. queen there's no infection you see the face you still. only feel for the same people second degree on the face. i think you seem to grow up thinking you're going to be needed i think because you see that only the start here you see this and i think in them days you can be counted everything except. maybe to be to be pushed back. to do it. this is a group that you have. to move through mutimer to cross when you were all under one stroke want to show you can you put up or go. for it.
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because from the inside and from outside so it's really humid and it was a big big one to complete your selfish easy to me scene from the from the jeans but like human body. you get the patients you know that of all the patients some of them out through the engines during the war he would tease you don't think about this because the soldier on you just treat you like a any other and the other patients. say. this is the city of good luck just twenty kilometers from the frontline. it's under
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the control of opposition troops consisting mostly of members of the chinook tribe . the red cross hospital here is now the only facility in the hole up in the area of the country still able to provide medical aid. he is not. going to get. a vote. i think a. lot of it. i think you know i don't think you. got to tell us off. the top. i. had. a little differently this actually did you say.
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that past fifty six that she. does not say. that only something. well it's only he's good. it's because i'm just being insulting because i've been to be patient with these three old sunday and it was a bit too much and they fighting us because we had done was it was just a stunt then one night leave me out expecting to me. was just totally i did this much snow. it was. going. to. be a decision pretty good. to. have you.
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know the sort of mechanical sentiment that having an upper body will slip through to the. next thing you know you don't you feel you're going to have to conclude it can sustain a convert. and usually interested in all the polls show a spin on fark with christie too if i was the only two. peas in the. summer. getting stupid off from watching your movements pollute this country. i'm going to. ask you to more than. ever before you got my. will you.
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tell him to. grow. old. so life. would. not be from one thousand nine hundred ninety and i'm mr john and. there was the flight and the fighting we did to day. you know i didn't want to go and all of the things and then we got to the integration of but this is something about i don't like to speak much too much about these. maybe some some missions since syria i've been set on the freetown i mean by the central african
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republic and then finally if i do the dice are see what he's dealing with when the patients. face is this person. and if you have to. this one took him to go to this position to vince here. between two. moves from. the small i'm going to mention that i'm just going to give you a little bit. more. because. it's really a pain just don't get from. me just function it's become very nice but you can do
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a lot of going to. war. over here i mean that and i'm out of my own in. the chapel so i can't say often oh no no no it's afghanistan that in this month i got twice like the situation of seventeen fifteen patients you know and you know one hour we kept the three of them and most of them are injured so they'd need surgery in two days. so we had the troops. in the show looking. over land. was given by some book at least to these people
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the. oprah dundon. dog cause of the war with google troop and those didn't just so innocent to sit in the forum between two tried. easy to order sources including a gun to fight the shoot that is out of his mind. and we're going to demanding goddaughter learn more as we give them back to us. like barry that you've seen it amazing we've had here in quite a lot and working with all of you who have taught me a lot you you've shown me many anything you have a strength that i've never seen anywhere else. and i would also like to welcome back to you who is the new head of office in qatar. thank you so much for the welcome you feel very welcome this royal welcome much to
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the. show exchange so again i promise to be as a great leader. as a kid she was spoken from was bill do my best. to serve notice you really want to try to put this to the list and well ok good let me know how i'm going there are so you know i'm going to have been there not a little bit on but if one. is going to. be with you today i have. to get. her on ok i'm going to. you're going
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drill but i have a pickup. yes this is about fourteen eight zero five and eight and nine it's a living conduct to a blowtorch i would watch over. the next contact one hour one hour over. the vertigo and. already. think. you know some come for.
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a like i mean you got me are you. exists is harlan kentucky. over all of this group of them boys losers it was very funny that you you know. a co money since he was almost no coal mines left. the jobs are gone all the coal was just said that that was a laugh to see these people the survivors of a world disappearing before their eyes. i remember thinking when i was younger that if anything ever happened to the coal mines here that it would become a ghost town but i never thought in a million years i would see that and it's happening it's happened.
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join me every thursday on the all excitement show and i'll be speaking to guests of the world of politics sports business i'm show business i'll see that. this is a historically. on place the first the first time what they're calling the enterprise of the british and the french decided to stop and go their separate ways. and happened here in the sugar kingdom so they had. their own culture and sovereignty for many centuries now. it's a very rough terrain you so it's rough climates and you have to fight to be able to live and to find enough.
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south sudan soil is so first that it can kill the few harvests a year however because of the continuing hostilities people have no time not even to cultivate the land a devastating humanitarian catastrophe is taking hold in several of the countries states' famine the red cross hospital is now the only place where many can actually find something to eat. i'm not worried. about money but i love them enough enough i know. i don't know but i guess it. comes down to. the same as
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to. the normal people and almost ninety percent. no concern aboard the total deal won't always of what we want in the government they just need security i do that when business comes to beijing the good because if we'll believe that it's. in two thousand and thirteen south sudan's president salva kiir from the dinka tribe to stop the ethnic balance within the country's government he dismissed the vice president and several coming of members all of whom were from the new a tribe they immediately led an armed opposition soon to be joined by the sheer look tribe. did the beginning of the warming of the pond on many cities and i cannot tell you exactly in this area but. this over two hundred level would have come as old as one myself if i cannot defend
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myself i would just be killed so many people died because when they made these a genocide people i'd given them zelikow to try to see a better body in the children is ready to participate in that you could the war is not a political war. because it is owed to me both limited to the police. now are just beginning with washington go through a bit then must say no we're just putting sugar. extrusion. sugar still on the student injection then promotes the heating bills that wind just it's too fast or didn't. and you do it just a day to dressings for the shingles. you're getting now the only numbers that are good as i get. there when they get away. from
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i. don't have to. we're going through a dramatic economic and social and cultural transformation that women want to participate gay and lesbian people want immigrants want rights in many cities are saying that's my way but there are more traditional parts of the society that are saying no i don't want that i live in a more of a rural community i believe we should have one that i believe in a country that's divided as much as any in the world we actually have to localise our government. will do. well because it is. most just as most.
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likely to. do it a little to include. this is. the thing to go to the it is really not it is. well it's only about the looking. forward to one of the well columns i. want to. cut. you loose. for man are sitting in a car when the phipps gets shot in the head. all four different versions of what. one of them is on the death row
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there's no way he could have done it there's no possible way because the owners did not shoot around a corner. close to. some full complement. of. people as you know we that. in. the trees. most politicians say that only. the kids. out of a sudden the man just. simple be gentle with time. i said i will enter it in if they will not allow me. if they will shoot you.
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at all i'll. meet you indeed i'm not i'm not to. be been thought to be shabby and you don't punish your man not man you got a fight. i mean you got me i used. zia's says harlan kentucky. the oldest group home boys says if you go very funny you. need. a co money since it was almost no coal mines left. job to grow all the coal mines a certain van and that's that it was a love to see these people the survivors of disappearing before their eyes. i remember thinking when i was younger that if anything ever happened to the coal mines here that it would become
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a ghost town but i never thought in the million years i would see that and it's happened it's happened. the idea of spending money to acquire region to acquire territory to acquire wealth is an oxymoron there no there is no more wealth to acquire the ecosystem is collapsing the economy is flooded with worthless feel paper and the species is migrating over to the digital sphere feasibly these networks and platforms people are uploading their minds into cyberspace and hope to become immortal so every dollar spent on defense every dollar spent by the pentagon is a wasted dollar it's a one thousand eight hundred seventeen sixteenth century mindset it's completely antiquated and it's utterly worthless.
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shares see their largest single day drop in four years as they use a base shrinks paul donald trump accuses the platform of silencing republicans. online giants such as spotify continue to lose money despite their soaring stock valuations we look at how this works their work who's at risk. are raised about the use of facial recognition by u.s. police after a widely used tool matches members of congress to criminal not shots. and three palestinians die after being shot by israeli soldiers on the gaza border a journalist working with archie was caught up in the turmoil. we just woke up from inhaling and suffocating. doing.
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this is r.t. international coming to you live from moscow i'm kate partridge thank you for joining us tradition as plunged on friday after the tech giant admitted some bad news stocks lost twenty one percent wiping six billion dollars off the company's value it was the biggest single day decline since twenty fourteen and came after twitter admitted its user base has shrunk by one million amid a purge of fake accounts well meanwhile president trump claims the service is restricting the visibility of prominent republicans in search results the practice is known as shadow banning trump called it discriminatory and suggested it may be illegal but twitter denies any political bias. our behavioral ranking doesn't make judgments based on political views or the substance of tweets we are aware that some accounts are not automatically populating in our search box and shipping a change to address this you media oligarchs i believe they are exploiting their position. always maintained they are not publishers like
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a newspaper they are just a tech bubble what is interesting platform they must allow all views as long as they don't break the law of the country that their it their excuses oh well you can still see this stuff for this person you follow if you go to their profile well that's a bit like the postman show you waiting for a letter it doesn't and you have to keep go down the post office to say you got any post for me today age frankly ludicrous what they're doing at the moment he's wrong it should be a great platform for political discussion they use net for political ends. and theresa isn't the only corporate giant facing questions tesla and spotify are posting huge losses daniel bushell looks into the story wall street soaring around all time peak and driving that growth locomotive of these guys who corporations like tesla spotify and dropbox are invested darlings committing even the general
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public who use their everyday products to buy in a roll. big pair to respond to is the leader in stream music i say some sometimes the most successful american tech company. just one tiny problem these firms are losing horrific money tesla is worth more than a car colossus is ford or general motors despite selling a tiny fraction of the cause and losing billions music streaming giant spotify is just enough to vast losses now the biggest startup in the world but it's lost money every year of its life and last year the worst an i was four and a half billion the hope is one fine day we'll all book. in to electric cause
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while uploading spotify music to the dropbox cloud or something like that but new economy new danger these aren't small companies anymore they affect millions of workers and users and cracks are beginning to show suggesting far from expanding some are starting to fire their workforce and in the new economy relationships are shall we say complicated hundreds of thousands of paid for tesla cause the poor company hasn't even built if it goes bust these ordinary people would likely be quote wiped out definitely there's a there's a bubble. not just in in tech stocks but in the general stock market itself in the u.s. we're already seeing companies like general electric and caterpillar and some of the others. wells fargo in financial stress that there are signs of financial fragility as i call it where french of fragility is really
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a condition where the cash flow to finance previous debt becomes insufficient and they can't roll over the debt and they can't borrow the debt so then they have to default or sell off some of their assets first they're better assets and then they did they default that after they can sell off those assets well that financial fragility in my book systemically jilin the global economy is an indicator of pending financial instability and i think we're approaching that and we may see that emerge in the next year or two. the u.k. has suspended cooperation with the u.s. in the trial of two former british citizens who joined islamic state the pair were caught in syria and could now face the death penalty in america britain had intended to share intelligence to help the prosecution however long been decided to take
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a short term pause after outrage in britain over the possible execution the u.k. abolished capital punishment for treason in one thousand nine hundred eight nor make those rights groups and a family member of one of the suspects all appeal to the government artie's playboy takes a closer look at the case. political rallies human rights taking a stand in case you missed it quite frankly a bit of a page when you want some terrorists taken care of. the isis beatles not called back because most of the my dad in one is a terrible drama but because they carried out he must accept terroristic gruesomeness while speaking with a british accent grammar came up with that title has unfortunately made the sound a little too costly for a gang of murderous but hedges well ten of them have been captured by the us which really wants to extradite them home i'm deliver some humane injustice if you know what i mean all american needs is a bit of evidence to be sent over from britain which is a real shame because the u.k.
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is a country of conviction political values and it doesn't condone the possible use of the death penalty in any situation there was outrage how could britain stoop so low i'm sure it even the lives of their beatles at risk they had already rescinded their british passports my god is that not punishment enough. in any way of taking care of the likes of the isis beatles while at the same time keeping your values intact well luckily there are a few options. to get the bad guys with anonymous drones while they're still in a sandy country that different tone sure is always tricky but if one of your intelligence agents happens to be standing in the back of the room well someone else from one of those developing nations happens to be pulling out the fingernails well that's different and steve i'd freedom fighters with a picture of bin ladin in that while it's to do some killing that stiff sending terrorists to stand trial in a real court or for
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a possible death sentence well that just. now the american civil liberties union has raised their law over the use of imus and facial recognition tool by police that's all after they falsely much photos of members of congress with criminals. and identification with that accurate or not could cost people their freedom or even their lives congress must take these threats seriously hit the brakes and enact a moratorium on law enforcement use of face recognition well the civil liberties group compared photos of all members of congress with a database of mug shots amazon's facial recognition till may twenty eight matches all of them false when eleven of the mismatches involve people of color prompting mistakes involving non white people that's despite the fact congress which formed the test group is overwhelmingly white however technology analyst roger case says
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there were actual aspect has been exaggerated when the software is trained to recognize faces it has to train our corpus in the corpus is made up of lots of the images of people and if for whatever reason the images are mainly cartesian people then it will be better at recognizing them then at some of the minorities if they were well represented in the training samples but if you just grab any any images that you find and many of them will be dark enough so that people who have darker skin tones may just do just may be harder to see it should be understood that there is no recognition is not a matter of taking a photograph and for comparing it to another photograph and say no this one looks like that and that's what it is human we do know what a computer does is there is measures points where despite widespread doubts about the technology amazon has been intensively promoting its use in police departments. but next of course comedy as kate says you could expect this public
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safety chemist on his are already working with government agencies to deploy this technology at the a.c.l.u. we obtain records that show that amazon signed a secrecy agreement with one county to keep details about the technology out of public view they've also invited law enforcement to suggest new features and they offered free consulting to help the city of orlando build its own system that amazon has hit back at the avians test saying it is used low accuracy settings they recommended while eighty percent confidence is an acceptable threshold for photos of hot dogs chairs animals or other social media use cases it wouldn't be appropriate for identify an individual us with a reasonable level of certainty when he is in facial recognition for law enforcement activities we got customers to set a threshold of at least ninety five percent or higher from amazon's point of view what they said was that they train their law enforcement clients not to use
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this software or who are making decisions but rather to narrow down the pool to where shuman can look at the final result and verify yes these do make sense the people who are not the same people amazon is saying well we think it's quite helpful we can find lost children and we can find criminals and things and that's all very positive so then the a.c.l.u. is saying yes but you also may use that as a way to sweep up people there's a possibility of abuse of the technology and there's also the use of it for good. three palestinians have been killed and eighty injured after friday's clashes on the israel gaza border one of the victims was a teenage boy according to the palestinian health ministry a journalist working with r.t. and who was in the midst of the arm rest. so this is the theory that ad drone that your spirit does.
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it may. be. going to do it. but what if. we just woke up from inhaling and so for gay think you guys i think it's going to get out you've got one more time by all the tear gas canisters augustinian protesters continue to protest and are still very very close to the fence participating in the great much of a trend this is not the first time they have been facing this violence and business as of course but they have been witnessing this for more than eighteen weeks now most of the injuries today have been injured in the upper part of the body where most of them are in the chest in the stomach and down and out and that had been the but a senior minister had stated that most of the injuries today are from live ammunition
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this is a protest that was killed to his just then people are saying that he's shot and killed it's very dangerous for us to be here but despite everything we're still here covering all the israeli violence against the palestinians well the israeli military has defended its use of live ammunition saying soldiers who are within the rules of engagement to defend the border thousands of palestinians have been rallying on the gaza israel border every friday for the past four months demanding the right to reclaim ancestral lands. was. like.
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facebook is accused of censoring right wing content in brazil more on that after the break. zia's says harlan kentucky the. employee says you can. only. be. a co money with no coal mines left. the jobs are gone all the pay was. that it was a lot of. people the survivors of disappearing before their eyes. i remember thinking when i was younger that if anything ever happened to the coal mines here that it would become a ghost town but i never thought in a million years i would see that and it's how it's happened.
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so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy. let it be an arms race off and spearing dramatic development only personally i'm going to resist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time to sit down and talk.
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welcome back facebook has blocked they canceled hundreds of right wing activists in brazil as part of their campaign to tackle fake news the move caused outrage with many claiming facebook is interfering in the country's upcoming presidential elections the head of the rightwing free brazil movement says the tech giant's decision to block the accounts was a surprise his have facebook justified its action these pages and profiles were part of a coordinated network concealed by the use of fake accounts on facebook which hid from people the nature and origin of the continent for the purpose of generating division and spreading misinformation or of course the office who called was shut down and i was like what the hell is going on nelson only i start to receive.
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wrong model friends who are also the woman and suddenly we also realize there are many many profiles or syllable files for all of the leaders for. why and then we realized first even before the facebook it was an answer we realized that there was our high tours. of journalism paper writing that we. we were banded for face look because we have like a network of around three hundred facebook pages and profiles spreading fake nodes and we're like we don't spread any fake knew what what the hell they're talking about. brazil's federal prosecutor has called on facebook to explain the blocking of the profiles has demanded a list of all the blocked pages and profiles as well as a factual justification for each decision free brazil movement co-founder of n and sometimes again says the deleted pages were influential enough to attract
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facebook's attention. it was in the last three years the most influential of page on brazilian facebook and it's all for one of the malls or. is an award action or numbers of engagement used to be compared to. be here and inherently and we did a lot of transformation or calgary because of our job because of our natural because we fought the mainstream media as equally the need that they couldn't win the public debate against us so they decided to shut to we're not to make or make us quiet and that's what they're doing those things are to first of all putting down our reach on facebook we used to reach eight million people writing of people they meet only on our facebook page and i will reach one point five to one people and they are doing this because of was your lectures and also because intern actual actions they are there and somehow they are trying to shore there are american
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elections that they are doing their homework using brazil as. an expert an experiment. to nazir has released a suspected islamic terrorist who was deported from germany two weeks ago a judge cited a lack of evidence sammy i did he grew up in tunisia and moved to germany in one thousand nine hundred seven in two thousand he spent several months in afghanistan and allegedly served as a son of bin laden's bodyguard back in germany he applied for asylum in two thousand and six but his beard was rejected it took twelve years until he was deported. well the case was a subject of fierce debate in germany politicians argued over whether terror suspects should be sent to countries where they could face torture would free to wait sami in tunisia is not a problem of german taxpayers to protect them financially equipped and islamised while less and less remains for our own people is not acceptable but it suits
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chancellor angela merkel's vision for germany is allegedly a hate preacher he has al qaeda training and is said to have been the bodyguard have been lauded and anyone who thinks that we've done something terrible to sami a has to weigh up how long this man has already been in the country and how long we have tolerated this security risk promised that he. should have been left in germany for ten years and secondly. when he was brought back to tunisia where he was deported there is scattered it caused to question the rule of law in germany no one wants this man in germany but it is grossly illegal what happened there cannot be described as legal it anyway the court ruled and do you move government is down by court ruling it out just disregard the course yes this man
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must support. and whether that they are the way the government responders and very matter are you know speech for a start it's ok it's now huge wildfire has killed five people including two children in northern california more than thirty seven seen destroyed . now have tanks from twenty three countries are doing battle on the outskirts of moscow in the six annual tank biathlon.
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i'll be back with the headlines in just over half an hour meanwhile for more on all of our stories go to r.t. dot com. that's a very rough furthur and you sort of rough climates and you have to fight to be able to them if. it was gunshots on top of them and so many friends they would have been going to morning and i've been eating up all my don't like me
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having walked back up boy you know i don't want to see it but a body in this room is ready to participate in the good. old to me a good wouldn't. you don't think about this leave this old coat on no you've got three teeth like any i do and other patients. financial. locust it it is the. muscle says. nothing. you can. do it a little cool watch. this it. doesn't go to
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believe it's really naive you know it's. all for school it's only about the work on the other end of the couldn't for the one on the money well collins i'm all cheap and i want to go to school for a. cut. you'll be up. for men are sitting in a car when the phipps gets shot in the head. all four have different versions of what happened one of them is on the death row there's no way he could have done it there's no possible way because the us did not shoot around a corner. join me every thursday on the alec simon show and i'll be speaking to guests of the world of politics sports
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business i'm show business i'll see you then. i want to welcome to worlds apart politics as we know it was born in cities no one to cities especially big ones may feel entitled to calling the shots for other more empowered and disadvantaged communities but in two thousand and six the small towns and the countryside drive back. with the bricks and that with the election of donald trump was this something that the big city dwellers the cosmopolitan elite
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fail to grasp about the rest of their countries to discuss that i'm now joined by creatures for their professor at the university of toronto a bestselling author and professor of florida thank you very much for the time it's good to talk to you. now your book was the first book the rise of the creative class was published more than fifteen years ago but it still causes a lot of heated debates especially here in russia and i heard some people describe it as a neo liberal manual for spreading homosexuality on to the guys. urbanism i'm sure it's not the case but i wonder how country specific your work is and how a play couple of the chance that you have highlighted to you other societies well first of all thank you it's a pleasure to be with you it's fantastic to be in this magnificent city and this may unbelievable setting and i'm glad i'm glad people in russia are talking about because they'd be worse if they weren't. so on the one here you have people who say
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it's a neo liberal manual for a gay agenda from the right if you will and from the left they say it's a neo liberal bad you all for gentrification in the call. ization of cities by the elite on the one hand they say florida the creative class didn't exist and it couldn't exist and there's no such thing in the other hand they say the creative question fighter cities look i'm simply trying the best i can with my eyes in my years in my research teams to actually look at what's happening in city and one thing we know is that cities there were open to the gay and lesbian population cities that have a larger to stick design music literary bohemian population those cities. tended to be the cities where entrepreneur technological innovators settled into higher rates of innovation so that's what we reported absolutely but. this is not just your ideas you're based on a simple statistical data and i one day and dan if that data is more specific to
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the united states than let's say you know the middle east or if you are you know for sure our data was born in the united states but there was a guy forget his name at the institute for international economics in washington who kind of wanted to try to understand the middle east and he ran an analysis of the whole world now not at the city level but at the national level and in this analysis he said i want to look at the role of openness to to gay and lesbian people in relation to things how globalized economy was and how productive and how well it performed economically and he was shocked he was literally shocked to find that the openness to the gay and lesbian population had a lot to say about how globally oriented that economy was and how economically productive last i suppose there would be another correlation to how well that country's relations with the united states because the united states stands to
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export its countries. there on its allies so that would be a crime to the i just don't know but i thing i have no agenda i truly interesting you know i. i grew up in a working class blue collar family in a very racist and homophobic environment so for me the discovery of these things was not about any kind of agenda but simply trying to look at the market and market factors that are associated and the point of view is that it wasn't a gay and lesbian population nor was it a bohemian artistic population places that are open to men and women boys and girls people of ethnic and racial differences tend to benefit because different kinds of people combining and recombining lead to better and stronger accommodate and what i'm particularly interested in is what you define as openness because many societies in the middle east as well as here in russia have different ways of expressing that openness for example. beirut is a gay capital of the middle is at nine but it is
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a fairly conservative muslim society during the day i wonder what you define this openness. is very culturally specific i can only tell you what my my data tell me look i'm a repressed a recovering catholic by the sisters of a very lady of st joseph when to our lady queen of peace taught by the christian brothers by the way my wife's arabic she's christian arab it but.

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