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Should individuals campaign to get corporate rights? (E1331)

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss Wells Fargo getting away with a measly fine for fraudulently opening bank accounts and credit cards in the names of unsuspecting customers. And while corporations in the US have the rights of individuals, like free speech, individuals do not have the rights granted to corporations – like no jail time for a fraud for which an individual would face 20 years in prison. In the second half, Max interviews bitcoin educator, programmer, and entrepreneur, Jimmy Song, about the latest happenings with regards to building layers on bitcoin. They also discuss his new book, available for pre-order, “Programming Bitcoin: Learn How to Program Bitcoin from Scratch”, based on his blockbuster bitcoin course.

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