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Google 'illegally' sharing info with police, hack reveals (Full show)

Google has been voluntarily giving users’ private information to law enforcement agencies. They do this on their own initiative, with no warrant required. Rick Sanchez explains the revelation and why we should all be concerned. Then RT America’s Ben Swann reports the details. Then civil liberties advocate John Whitehead, chairman of the Rutherford Institute, weighs in.

An asteroid the size of a pickup truck flew past Earth, only just missing it. It is the closest asteroid to fly by our planet that has ever been recorded. RT America's Trinity Chavez reports. The US, Canada and the EU are fighting to prevent reforms in Mexico that would enforce stricter labeling standards to improve consumers’ understanding the nutritional content of their food. RT America’s Natasha Sweatte explains.
RT America’s Steve Christakos joins to discuss what’s shaking up the UFC as well as the ongoing NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs.

The Democratic National Convention kicked off on Tuesday. Due to COVID-19 concerns it was a television event instead of an in-person gathering. Speakers included former First Lady Michele Obama, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) and numerous others. RT America’s Faran Fronczak reports.

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