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The Personal Computer Radio Show – 04.11.18

Personal Computer Show Wednesday, April 11th 2018 Broadcast PRN.fm on the INTERNET 6:00 PM ET WBAI – FM 99.5 NY On the Radio 9:00 PM ET Facebook In The News Facebook talked to Stanford Medical School about data-sharing agreement Facebook had removed messages sent by CEO Mark Zuckerberg Sandberg: “.. option to not share any data would be a paid …

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All Together Now – 03.29.18

Eleanor LeCain talks with Kylie Morris, reporter with Channel 4 UK about their undercover reporting exposing shocking operations of Cambridge Analytica, the data company used by the Trump campaign to target and message voters (which used information about 50 million Facebook users without their knowledge or approval).” Download this episode (right click and save)

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The Personal Computer Radio Show – 03.28.18

Personal Computer Show Wednesday, March 28th 2018 Broadcast PRN.fm on the INTERNET 6:00 PM ET IN THE NEWS 1. Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica Scandal: How We Got Here 2. Facebook’s Onavo Protect Gives VPNs a Bad Name 3. Zuckerberg’s Breach of Trust with Users 4. Facebook in the Aftermath of Cambridge Analytica FEATURE SEGMENTS From the Tech Corner – Hank Kee  A “Blue Moon” March 31st …

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LOA Daily – 03.06.18

Victimhood and the Law of Attraction Today’s show was inspired by a topic that appeared in a group on Facebook in which the original poster expressed her discomfort with the way Abraham-Hicks discusses cases where victims “attract” their perpetrators. This is obviously a very sensitive topic and one discussion you won’t want to miss. Cindie Chavez join Wendy Dillard and …

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The Gary Null Show – 05.30.17

CONVERSATIONS WITH REMARKABLE MINDS Rules for Impeachment and the case against Donald Trump Prof. Allan Lichtman is the Distinguished Professor of History, a political historian at American University in Washington DC. He has become widely known for having successfully predicted every presidential winner since 1984, including the recent election of Donald Trump, using seismological statistical modeling created by the Russian …

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Visionaries – 03.27.17

What do you believe that almost no one else believes?” This is Peter Thiel’s favorite question when he is interviewing. It helps him find people who think for themselves, something that seems to become more rare every day. For example, look at what Bjorn Lomborg‏, Matt Ridley, and Michael Crichton have to say about global warming, and then see who else dares say such things. Today we explore the unexplorable.

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Chandra Muzaffar – Widening Economic and Social Inequalities, Billionaires Alongside the Global Impoverishment of the Human Family

It is not surprising that the Davos Forum held in the middle of January 2017 chose not to examine the obscene, grotesque, ever widening economic inequalities in the world brought to its attention  by Oxfam, the global aid and development confederation. Oxfam revealed on the 15th of January that “the richest eight tycoons on the planet are worth as much …

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Timothy B. Lee – Fact-checking groups are about to become Facebook’s fake news cops. That won’t be easy.

In the wake of the 2016 election, Facebook had a problem. A lot of people thought the site had done too little to combat fake news. At the same time, Facebook was desperate to maintain its reputation as a politically innocuous technology company. If it started directly declaring certain news stories fake, it would inevitably be drawn into emotionally charged …

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Alix O’Neill – The Wolves of Silicon Valley: how megalomaniacs in hoodies became tech’s answer to Wall Street

Free food, sleep pods and graffiti walls. Few places are so enshrined in urban myth as Facebook, Google and other companies of their ilk. Silicon Valley has long been considered the Neverland of corporate life – a place where office slides and oversized Lego figures are as ubiquitous as water coolers. But what’s it really like to work at one …