WhatsApp's end-to-end encryption no match for FBI (Full show)
New revelations about the real extent of our privacy online, including communication on WhatsApp, famous for its vaunted "end-to-end encryption," are bad news for those who value privacy. A newly released FBI document tells us WhatsApp and iMessage are extremely vulnerable to FBI surveillance. Furthermore, WhatsApp's robust metadata collection yields so much data that to subpoena said metadata is to circumvent the legal limits of the FBI's surveillance of targets. Former FBI special agent EJ Hilbert joins Faran Fronczak to share his expertise.
Reports have emerged of US military officials conspiring to mislead the public and falsify records regarding the civilian carnage in Syria’s Idlib province, where 80 civilians were killed in a catastrophically ill-considered 2019 airstrike. RT America's Alex Mihailovich has the details.
Deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's former pilot took the stand on the second day of the trial of alleged sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell on Tuesday. Meanwhile, the FAA accidentally disclosed 2,000+ flight records associated with Epstein's private flights. RT America's John Huddy reports.
Plus, CNN's primetime news presenter and television personality Chris Cuomo has been suspended indefinitely amid a steady drumbeat of criticism over the extent that he brought his influence in media to bear in muting coverage and diverting journalistic attention from the accusations against his brother, disgraced former governor of New York Andrew Cuomo, who is accused of sexual harassment to which he subjected women at his workplace. Lionel of Lionel Media and "Eat the Press" host Steve Malzberg join Faran Fronczak to weigh in.