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10 Oct, 2020 07:39

US empire damaged by leaks, employers surveil employees at home, EU reigning in big tech

This week, Lee Camp opens with a tale of two sets of leaks – about US police, and imperialist lies about Western intervention in Syria. Public opinion of America has plummeted around the world over the last 5 years, and Camp lays out all of the ways the US deserves this reputation. Natalie McGill reports on the invasive measures employers are enacting to monitor their employees as they work from home. Outdated communications privacy laws allow these practices to go unpunished. Anders Lee and Camp discuss a new book from the French economist Thomas Piketty and the controversy it has ignited on the left wing of the political spectrum, and a new set of regulations that the EU is considering enacting on social media corporations.

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