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The people behind The Intercept’s fearless reporting and incisive commentary—Jeremy Scahill, Glenn Greenwald, Betsy Reed and others—discuss the crucial issues of our time: national security, civil liberties, foreign policy, and criminal justice. Plus interviews with artists, thinkers, and newsmakers who challenge our preconceptions about the world we live in.
 
P.I podcasts is to help listeners understand the work of a Private Investigator, and what a Private Investigator can do to help you. We will be anserwing FAQ's by the public, and welcoming guests to the podcast. Email: info.pisauk@gmail.com Website: www.private-investigators.uk
 
Our online life is real life. We walk, talk, work, LOL and even love on the Internet – but we don’t always treat it like real life. Host Manoush Zomorodi explores this disconnect with stories from the wilds of the Web, and gets to the bottom of online issues that affect us all. Whether it’s privacy breaches, closed platforms, hacking, fake news, or cyber bullying, we the people have the power to change the course of the Internet, keeping it ethical, safe, weird, and wonderful for everyone. I ...
 
The Coronavirus pandemic is dramatically disrupting not only our own daily lives but also society itself. This show features conversations with some of the world's leading thinkers and writers about the deeper economic, political, and technological consequences of the pandemic. It's the daily podcast trying to make longterm sense of the chaos of today's global crisis.
 
Tune in with your host, Worldmeets.US founder and managing editor William Kern, to hear and discuss global perceptions of the United States: Its politics, its culture, and it economy. Guests include writers we translate from newspapers around the planet, our translators from around the world, and people involved with the project. We show Americans what the rest of the world REALLY thinks of our nation.
 
There's never been a better time to understand what's going on in Asia. That's why we talk to the people who know it best. The Asia In-Depth podcast brings you conversations with the world's leading experts and thought-leaders on the politics, economics, and culture of Asia — and beyond. Subscribe today.
 
Host Mark Valley ventures into the elusive world of intelligence collection and espionage to spot, assess and debrief: spies, spy catchers, analysts, diplomats, security experts and occasionally the storytellers who bring them all to life - a HUMINT Experiment.
 
AI with AI explores the latest breakthroughs in artificial intelligence and autonomy, and discusses the technological and military implications. Join Andy Ilachinski and David Broyles as they explain the latest developments in this rapidly evolving field. The views expressed here are those of the commentators and do not necessarily reflect the views of CNA or any of its sponsors.
 
"Fronteras" is a Texas Public Radio program exploring the changing culture and demographics of the American Southwest. From Texas to New Mexico and California, "Fronteras" provides insight into life along the U.S.- Mexico border. Our stories examine unique regional issues affecting lifestyle, politics, economics and the environment.
 
This podcast features various scary stories, murders, strange mysteries, conspiracy theories, and creepypasta from popular Youtuber MaddMike. These creepy stories are narrations of different peoples postings on reddit and also from different news sources across the internet. From deep web, stalkers, serial killers, and murder. These stories will be sure to keep you awake all night and under the cover.
 
The Office co-stars and best friends, Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey, are doing the ultimate The Office re-watch podcast for you. Each week Jenna and Angela will break down an episode of The Office and give exclusive behind the scene stories that only two people who were there, can tell you.
 
The Drone Radio Show is a weekly show about drones and the people who use them for business, fun and research. Our guests share how they’re using drones to make a positive impact, build a business, lessons they’ve learned and insights that you can use to take YOUR interest in drones to the next level.
 
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David Kostin, Goldman Sachs Chief U.S. Equity Strategist, makes the case for value stocks..Kathy Jones, Schwab Center for Financial Research Chief Fixed Income Strategist, says U.S. economy could see double-dip recession in the next 6 months without fiscal stimulus. Chris Krueger, Cowen Washington Research Group Policy Managing Director, says we ma…
 
The city of Chicago has the most advanced surveillance camera network in the country. These 30,000 plus cameras have helped solve many crimes with their zoom capacities and automatic tracking features. Alderman Ray Lopez from the 15th ward would like to extend Chicago’s surveillance, through the use of doorbell technology. Alderman Lopez joins me t…
 
September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. On today's episode we are joined by Dr. Ben Ristau as he discusses the differences between active surveillance and watchful waiting when it comes to prostate cancer. Dr. Ristau is a urologist with UConn Health in Connecticut. He is also the chair of the Urology Care Foundation's Technology and Publicati…
 
Join a chat with the CEO of Jumbo Privacy. We'll be reviewing the service on Techlore in the coming weeks. Jumbo Website: https://www.jumboprivacy.com/ Techlore Website: https://techlore.tech Surveillance Report Podcast: https://surveillance-report.castos.com/ LBRY.tv: https://lbry.tv/@techlore:3 PeerTube: https://tube.privacytools.io/accounts/tech…
 
Cory Doctorow discusses his new book, "How to Destroy Surveillance Capitalism" Tomaš Dvořák - "Game Boy Tune" - Machinarium Soundtrack - "Mark's intro" - "Interview with Cory Doctorow" - "Mark's comments after the interview" Matt Robertson - "Flight" - In Echelonhttps://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/96381…
 
The Lookout Threat Intelligence team discovered a series of Chinese campaigns targeting the Uyghur Muslim minority spanning across 14 countries dating back to at least 2013. This week we’re joined by threat researchers Apurva Kumar and Kristin Del Rosso and Threatpost.com reporter Lindsey O’Donnell to discuss the importance of this discovery and wh…
 
For this week’s podcast, I read an excerpt from “How to Destroy Surveillance Capitalism,” a free short book (or long pamphlet, or “nonfiction novella”) I published with Medium’s Onezero last week. HTDSC is a long critical response to Shoshanna Zuboff’s book and paper on the subject, which re-centers the critique on monopolism and the abusive behavi…
 
On today's episode, Kai Strittmatter, foreign correspondent and author of We Have Been Harmonized: Life in China's Surveillance State, discusses a return of totalitarianism and digital self-policing as the new panopticon. Kai Strittmatter was for more than a decade the China correspondent for Germany's national newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung. Fluen…
 
Supreme Court’s Agenda Although we are taught to believe the Supreme Court is a neutral institution whose primary concern is justice, it is actually an extremely powerful legal body with its own agenda. For the last 50 years, that agenda has been staunchly conservative. Instead of functioning as a check on executive and legislative powers, it opera…
 
Today's episode of the Urology Care Podcast is a special one. Major League Baseball's ironman, Cal Ripken Jr., joins us with his personal physician, Dr. Ronald Tutrone, for a new episode that cannot be missed. Cal and Dr. Tutrone discuss Cal's recent prostate cancer journey. They share what men and their loved ones can learn from his story.…
 
On today's episode, Cynthia Miller-Idriss discusses her new book Hate in the Homeland. Cynthia Miller-Idriss is an award-winning author and scholar of extremism and youth radicalization. She is Professor of Education and Sociology and runs the Polarization and Extremism Research & Innovation Lab (PERIL) in the Center for University Excellence (CUE)…
 
Facial recognition technology has seen its fair share of both media and popular attention in the past 12 months. The runs the gamut from controversial uses by governments and police forces, to coordinated campaigns to ban or limit its use. What should we do about it? In this episode, I talk to Brenda Leong about this issue. Brenda is Senior Counsel…
 
Facial recognition technology has seen its fair share of both media and popular attention in the past 12 months. The runs the gamut from controversial uses by governments and police forces, to coordinated campaigns to ban or limit its use. What should we do about it? In this episode, I talk to Brenda Leong about this issue. Brenda is Senior Counsel…
 
Bunkers: The bunker has become the extreme expression of our greatest fears: from pandemics to climate change and nuclear war. Laurie Taylor talks to Bradley Garrett, Assistant Professor in Human Geography at University College Dublin, about the global movement of 'prepping' for social and environmental collapse, or 'Doomsday'. They're joined by Di…
 
Melanie Mitchell is the Davis Professor of Complexity at the Santa Fe Institute, and Professor of Computer Science at Portland State University. Prof. Mitchell is the author of a number of interesting books such as Complexity: A Guided Tour and Artificial Intelligence: A Guide for Thinking Humans. One interesting detail of her academic bio is […]…
 
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Richard Clarida says the central bank won’t consider raising interest rates from near zero until it actually achieves 2% inflation as well as full employment. Mike Schumacher, Wells Fargo Securities Head of Rate Strategy, says yields could drop dramatically if the U.S. election results are delayed. Victoria Fernandez, …
 
Michael J. Sandel teaches political philosophy at Harvard University. His books What Money Can't Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets and Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do? were international best sellers and have been translated into 27 languages. Sandel's legendary course "Justice" was the first Harvard course to be made freely available online a…
 
The Internet Society has created a way of checking how new regulations could harm the structure of the internet. As the internet doesn’t respect borders, what happens in one country can impact the internet in another. The internet can sustain one or two attacks but many at the same time could even bring it down. Until now there has been no way of p…
 
On episode 82 of Hella Black we speak with TK and Picasso, who manage LA rapper DRAKEO THE RULER on the cases he has been fighting. DRAKEO is being set up by the racist LA sheriff's department, the racist DA's office, and the judge. During the episode we talk about the capital murder case he already beat, the gang injunctions he's been fighting, an…
 
Tony Dwyer, Canaccord Genuity Chief Market Strategist, cautions investors on playing politics with their portfolio. James Athey, Aberdeen Standard Investments Senior Investment Manager, says finding diversification is difficult in the world of one trade. Isaac Boltansky, Compass Point Research & Trading Director of Policy Research, says the next go…
 
In today's episode, I talk to Nikita Aggarwal about the legal and regulatory aspects of AI and algorithmic governance. We focus, in particular, on three topics: (i) algorithmic credit scoring; (ii) the problem of 'too big to fail' tech platforms and (iii) AI crime. Nikita is a DPhil (PhD) candidate at the Faculty of Law at Oxford, as well as a Rese…
 
Mike Croll has been around a crisis or two - some violent and some peaceful - starting with the fall of the Berlin Wall. He's worked for the Halo Trust in Cambodia, and with the British Foreign Office, European Union, United Nations and more recently, Facebook. He's an old friend of your host Mark Valley and they share a few laughs as Mike offers s…
 
How can we become better innovators in the drone industry? For that question, we turn to Desiree Matel-Anderson, Chief Wrangler of Field Innovation Team and CEO of the Global Disaster Innovation Group. Desi is the first and former Chief Innovation Advisor at FEMA and Think Tank Strategic Vision Coordinator. During her tenure at FEMA, she led the fi…
 
On today's episode, John Freeman discusses his book Tale of Two Planets, whether a Green New Deal is possible, and what a Biden presidency means for the environment. John Freeman is the editor of Freeman's, a literary annual of new writing, and executive editor of Literary Hub. His books include How to Read a Novelist and Dictionary of the Undoing,…
 
Here’s part fifteen of my new reading of my novel Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town (you can follow all the installments, as well as the reading I did in 2008/9, here). This is easily the weirdest novel I ever wrote. Gene Wolfe (RIP) gave me an amazing quote for it: “Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town is a glorious book, but there …
 
Here’s part fifteen of my new reading of my novel Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town (you can follow all the installments, as well as the reading I did in 2008/9, here). This is easily the weirdest novel I ever wrote. Gene Wolfe (RIP) gave me an amazing quote for it: “Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town is a glorious book, but there …
 
Robert Kaplan, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President, sees Fed rates near zero for at least two or three years. Lisa Beattie Frelinghuysen, BanyanGlobal Principal and Former Clerk to late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, says there is a tremendous amount to learn from Ginsburg's friendship with Justice Antonin Scalia. Russell Wheeler, …
 
Episode 142: On a chilly, cloudy winter night in early 2005 at a gas station in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, a 24-year-old gas station attendant named Grant de Patie was brutally slain by a callous young man over just $12 and 30 cents worth of gas. Sources: R. v. Pratt, 2006 BCSC 1198 (CanLII), R. v. Pratt, 2007 BCCA 20…
 
On today's episode, Derek W. Black, author of Schoolhouse Burning, discusses why public education as we know it is in trouble. Derek W. Black is a professor at the University of South Carolina Law School where he teaches constitutional law, civil rights, and education law. He is a well-known and outspoken advocate of the importance of public educat…
 
On today's episode, Eleanor Herman,, author of the upcoming book Sex With Presidents: The Ins and Outs of Love and Lust in the White House, discusses the scandals of our recent presidents and why this historically has not affected the public's viewpoints. The author of Sex with Kings and Sex with the Queen, New York Times bestselling historian Elea…
 
Matt Faircloth, of DeRosa Group, and author of Raising Private Capital, joins Jason Hartman today to share some of his stories as a landlord. Find out how Matt went from duplex to 20 units in a garden-style apartment. As well, Matt shares his success with collecting rent while the media was posting about rent strikes. Key Takeaways: Matt Faircloth …
 
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President, discusses the Fed's new policy framework, the outlook for the U.S. economy and the state of U.S.-China trade relations. Techonomy CEO & Bloomberg Contributor David Kirkpatrick and Council on Foreign Relations Senior Fellow for International Economics Brad Setser weigh in on the game of chicken between Chin…
 
In today’s episode, I talk to Nikita Aggarwal about the legal and regulatory aspects of AI and algorithmic governance. We focus, in particular, on three topics: (i) algorithmic credit scoring; (ii) the problem of ‘too big to fail’ tech platforms and (iii) AI crime. Nikita is a DPhil (PhD) candidate at the Faculty of Law at Oxford, as well as a Rese…
 
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