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Radio Free Radical: Radio Free Radical, Segment 1

1 settimana 1 giorno ago
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Radio Free Radical

This Way Out: Kavanaugh Crisis + Impeachment Parody + global LGBTQ News!, Segment 1

1 settimana 2 giorni ago
Kavanaugh side-steps U.S. Supreme Court questions; an outspoken trans kid schools Australia’s new Prime Minister; India’s colonial sodomy law finally falls, a lesbian couple is caned in a Malaysian courtroom, a dangerous homophobe leads Brazil’s presidential polls, Manning overcomes Australia’s speaking tour denial, more global LGBTQ news — and another song parody by YouTube star Randy Rainbow lends satirical relief!
Lucia Chappelle

Taylor Report: Einstein vs. the FBI: why it matters today, Segment 1

1 settimana 2 giorni ago
Black Agenda Report's Danny Haiphong has learned valuable lessons from Fred Jerome's book, "The Einstein File." The oft-neglected history of Einstein is that he was a committed socialist who took part in the American anti-lynching campaign. Naturally, the U.S. state, including J. Edgar Hoover's FBI, took a hostile approach to the legendary scientist. Progressives used to understand that the FBI and intelligence agencies were hostile to left-wing activity. But, as Haiphong explains, traditional 'left liberals' have been corralled onto a fascist terrain. They now believe that the exceptional U.S. military, secret police, and intelligence agencies, the repressive arms of capitalism, are "good guys" against Trump. In this context, it becomes difficult to speak of a meaningful "left-wing" existing in the United States. Much in the same way that many leftists, including Einstein, were labelled "dupes of Russia" by J. Edgar Hoover's FBI, today's establishment similarly labels Haiphong, Ajamu Baraka, and other leftists resisting their own empire as "Russian-influenced." We should be more like Einstein, and reject the politics of scare-mongering and bigotry. Only then can we form a 'resistance.'
Anonymous

Tapes To Astonish: Walkuman Style #211, Segment 1

1 settimana 2 giorni ago
(1.) Joints & Jams - Black Eyed Peas (2.) Love til the End of Til the End of Time - Paulinho Da Costa (3.) All Night - Tuelv ft. J-Swiss (4.) Time To React - Jazz Spastiks ft. Sleep Sinatra (5.) Understandable Smooth - Ras Kass (6.) Cure for Everything - Swamp Thing & Ghettosocks (7.) Dogg's Gonna Get Ya - Snoop Dogg (8.) I Don't Play - Funky DL (9.) Don't Sleep - Shekinah Chapel (10.) Riot Akt - Gangstarr (11.) Aw Yeah - Noveliss (12.) Ain't It Sad - Nalm Myers ft. M.I. of Constant Deviants (13.) World Premier - Phat Kat (14.) Comin After You - MC Ren ft. Ice Cube (15.) Ghost Town - Lee Reed (16.) Sun Dial - Tone Spliff ft. Realio Sparkzwell (17.) The Crack Attack - Fat Joe (18.) New Frontier - Orign & Borvoe McMidnite ft. DJ Madhandz (19.) Lyrical Daggerz - Caper ft. Killarmy (20.) Skillz - Profound Beats (21.) PoopdeeSCOOP - Nameless
Gamma Krush

Subversion #1312: No Centralised Health Record, Segment 2

1 settimana 3 giorni ago
Putting your health information on a database on the internet what could go wrong? We know a lot these days about how much data is worth to companies - insurance marketing etc. My Health Record and how to opt out of it is something you need to be fully informed about. This interview is with Chair of Electronic Frontiers Australia Lyndsey Jackson. Lyndsey has been active in web and digital media for ten years. A committed advocate of the protection of individual rights, she works to facilitate accessibility for people with disabilities and to ensure that the use of digital does not create procedural or administrative issues that contribute to unfairness or disadvantage in civil society. When speaking nationally and internationally on digital rights, Lyndsey focuses on the need for equitable citizen access to technology, and on the engagement of non-technologists in technology and accessibility matters
Linda Rose

Subversion #1312: No Centralised Health Record, Segment 1

1 settimana 3 giorni ago
Putting your health information on a database on the internet what could go wrong? We know a lot these days about how much data is worth to companies - insurance marketing etc. My Health Record and how to opt out of it is something you need to be fully informed about. This interview is with Chair of Electronic Frontiers Australia Lyndsey Jackson. Lyndsey has been active in web and digital media for ten years. A committed advocate of the protection of individual rights, she works to facilitate accessibility for people with disabilities and to ensure that the use of digital does not create procedural or administrative issues that contribute to unfairness or disadvantage in civil society. When speaking nationally and internationally on digital rights, Lyndsey focuses on the need for equitable citizen access to technology, and on the engagement of non-technologists in technology and accessibility matters
Linda Rose

New World Notes: #549 -- How the Government Spies on You (R), Segment 1

1 settimana 3 giorni ago
A talk by technology expert and civil-liberties activist Chris Soghoian. The government tried to prevent strong encryption of phone calls and text and email messages. Failing that, it now hacks and decrypts personal communications at will ... and worse. It's not just the NSA and FBI: with federal funds, local police forces also are acquiring and using the latest secret surveillance technology. Citizens have been fighting back--often successfully--through the courts and the media.
Kenneth Dowst