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8 May, 2020 20:26

FULL SHOW: Is new aerial surveillance program too intrusive?

The city of Baltimore getting the go ahead for its aerial surveillance program, but critics are concerned that the technology might invade the privacy of law-abiding people. RT America’s Rachel Blevins has the story. The coronavirus pandemic continues to take the world by storm, with worldwide cases now topping 3.8 million and 270,000 reported deaths. New York continues to be the epicenter of the outbreak in the US, where there are reports of NYPD patrols turning violent and dozens of children falling ill from a mysterious illness related to COVID-19. RT America’s Trinity Chavez brings us the latest from New York. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres says the COVID-19 pandemic is unleashing a tsunami of hate, xenophobia, scapegoating and fear-mongering on the world, with anti-foreign sentiment, coronavirus-related conspiracy theories and attacks. Former UK MP George Galloway weighs in. A Texas salon owner has been released after being jailed for keeping her salon open in defiance of Gov. Greg Abbott's public health orders. Investigative journalist and “Boom Bust” co-host Ben Swann joins to discuss.