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The good stuff from 2017, UN issues red alert, apps watching our every move

Lee Camp reports the good news from 2017 which, while it doesn’t outweigh the bad, is still significant and deserves recognition. Then, he covers an FBI-manufactured terrorist plot, new facial recognition scanners in airports, and the redacted angle of the Iranian protests. Natalie McGill shows how nursing home lobbyists are working to deregulate the senior care industry, and Naomi Karavani explains why Facebook is deleting accounts at the behest of the US and Israeli governments.

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