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Wed January 29, 2014

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Tue December 3, 2013

7:25am

Mon December 2, 2013
Cops & Courts

Is internet vigilantism justified when governments fail to uphold the law?

Cases of rape in Steubenville and Maryville were re-opened after online activist group Anonymous brought media attention and exposure to perpetrators. So what is the power of online dissent? And what if the laws themselves are unjust? Many online vigilantes are lashing out in response to increasing state and corporate surveillance. What tactics are acceptable? And how are governments responding to civil disobedience online? Join the conversation on the next Your Call, with Rose Aguilar, and you.

  

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9:10am

Fri November 29, 2013
Economy/Labor/Biz

Today on Your Call: The economics of journalism and media reform

On today's Your Call, we revisit a conversation with longtime media reform advocate Robert McChesney about his new book Digital Disconnect: How Capitalism is Turning the Internet Against Democracy. We'll also discuss the economics of journalism, media reform, and coverage of the revelations by former NSA whistle blower Edward Snowden.  On the next Your Call, with Rose Aguilar, and you.  Friday at 10am & 5pm.

12:00am

Tue November 19, 2013
Economy/Labor/Biz

Today on Your Call: What is in the Trans Pacific Partnership Trade agreement?

On today’s Your Call, we’ll have a conversation about the highly secretive, multi-national trade agreement between the United States and 11 Pacific Rim nations. WikiLeaks has released a chapter focusing on patents, the medical establishment, and a whole section devoted to copyright and trademark issues. Why does Trans Pacific Partnership agreement matter? And how is it going to impact you? Join the conversation and call in with your question with Matt Martin and you.

Guests:

Vinod Aggarwal, professor of political science at UC Berkeley

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