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  • Gun-Tracing In The U.S Is From Another Century

    It’s no accident the U.S. has an archaic system for tracing guns, according to documentary film maker David Freid, whose work on the subject is up for an Emmy. “The technology that we use is largely designed...

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  • Goldman Investigation Widens

    Pressure intensified on Goldman Sachs as Malaysia filed criminal charges on Friday against Richard John Gnodde, the CEO of Goldman Sachs International, and John Michael Evans, who left the bank six years ago. The were charged under...

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  • Who Killed Jeffrey Epstein?

    Donald Trump claims the Clintons might have done it, but attorney Marc Fernich fingered overzealous prosecutors, pandering politicians, compliant judges, jailers who recklessly put Epstein’s life at risk, and a “hysterical press corps,” for the death of...

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  • Consumers Deserve a Piece of the Action That Their Data Generates

    Mike Nelson, the VP of IoT Security at DigiCert, asks, what is the end result of the accessibility of so much consumer data gathered from all of the devices collecting information about our daily habits? Companies reap...

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  • Initiative Will Explore Whether Cybersecurity is Art or Science

    Paul Rosenzweig, formerly Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy in the Department of Homeland Security and founder of a homeland security consulting company, observes that cybersecurity resembles obscenity — we know it when we see it even if...

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  • Bipartisan Bill to Criminalize Extortion By Foreign Officials

    Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas), Rep. John Curtis (R-Utah), Rep. Tom Malinowski (D-N.J.), and Rep. Richard Hudson (R-N.C.) are co-sponsors of the Foreign Extortion Prevention Act, introduced Aug 2. If passed, it would enable the DOJ to...

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  • In Kansas, ACLU Defends Fossil Fuel Critics Accused of Unauthorized Practice Of Law

    After two fossil-fuel critics helped make the case against proposed injection wells before the Kansas Corporation Commission, the KCC deputy general counsel had them investigated for the unauthorized practice of law and possible criminal referral. Now the...

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  • DC Judges Face Scrutiny Over Trump Cases

    Public awareness of the politicization of the courts has generally focused on the U.S. Supreme Court, but two district judges in D.C. recently appointed by Trump — Trevor McFadden, and Carl Nichols — have found themselves and...

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  • Oil Companies Taking the Lead On Ethics

    All multinationals hire fixers to win business in complex environments. They provide introductions to decision-makers, intelligence, and an in-country presence. Some are established firms, but as often as not they are well-connected individuals who sometimes serve as...

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  • Remington Appeals Sandy Hook Gun-Sale Ruling To Supreme Court

    Remington Arms, manufacturer of the AR-15 style semi-automatic rifle that was used in the mass killing in Newtown, Conn. has appealed an unfavorable state supreme court ruling to the U.S. Supreme Court. The Connecticut Supreme Court allowed...

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