Last week’s SharylAttkisson.com poll asked participants how much trust they have in the US government. By the looks of it, it’s not much. 56% of people polled said they don’t trust the US government at all, and 41% say that they trust the US government about half of the time. Full results are listed below. […]
The following is an excerpt from “How Jack Dorsey plans to change Twitter” by Ina Fried, published in Axios. Photo By (CC) Brian Solis In an effort to make Twitter a healthier place, CEO Jack Dorsey said the company is looking to change the focus from following specific individuals to tracking topics of interest, a […]
What can a citizen do when it’s the government who’s committed the violation, but the government won’t prosecute itself? The citizen has to self-fund her own fight for justice on behalf of all other journalists and U.S. citizens in the landmark case. My lawsuit is moving forward. For a summary of the details, forensics and […]
There’s at least one conclusion on which there’s largely bipartisan agreement: Russia interfered with the 2016 presidential election. It will now be one of the most enduring scandals of the Obama era.
The following is an excerpt from “Does the Assange Indictment Endanger Press Freedom?” by Jake Laparruque Yesterday, the Justice Department unsealed its indictment of Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks—the organization that released classified materials on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as a large trove of State Department cables—following his arrest by British […]
The following is an excerpt from “About-Face: Examining Amazon’s Shifting Story on Facial Recognition Accuracy” by Jake Laperruqe People shouldn’t have to worry that police are going to improperly investigate or arrest them because a poorly designed computer system misidentified them, but facial recognition surveillance could soon make that risk a reality. And, as detailed […]