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Jul 19, 2014

Death after cop's chokehold will test De Blasio's vow to change NYPD, mayor's allies say

Allies of Bill de Blasio said Saturday that a man's death after an officer used a banned chokehold would show whether the mayor can deliver on campaign rhetoric to change the NYPD. The police department is under fire after an amateur video showed off... #Al Sharpton #Brooklyn, NY #Letitia James

Jul 25, 2014

Rural telephone companies seek funding from Oklahoma's phone fee fund

By Paul Monies, Business Writer Rural telephone companies that are seeing a decline in federal funding to help provide basic phone service want to tap a state fund that comes from surcharges on telephone customer bills. More than a dozen cases are pe... #Al Sharpton #Brooklyn, NY #Letitia James

Jul 25, 2014

Rural telephone companies seek funding from Oklahoma's phone fee fund

By Paul Monies, Business Writer Rural telephone companies that are seeing a decline in federal funding to help provide basic phone service want to tap a state fund that comes from surcharges on telephone customer bills. More than a dozen cases are pe... #Al Sharpton #Brooklyn, NY #Letitia James

Jul 22, 2014

Millions of police requests for Canadians’ data every year, documents show

OTTAWA—Government authorities have been making millions of requests to telecommunications companies for Canadians’ personal information as far back as 2006, newly released documents show. Internal documents from Public Safety Canada reveal authoritie... #Canada #Ottawa

Jul 15, 2014

Citigroup: The Original Gangsta

Barack Obama's Justice Department on Monday announced that Citigroup would pay $7 billion in fines, a move that will avoid a humiliating trial dealing with the seamy financial products the bank had marketed to an unsuspecting public, causing vast dam... #Bill Clinton #Barack Obama #Franklin D. Roosevelt #Wall Street #John S. Reed #U.S. Department of Justice #Citigroup #Wall Street Journal

Jul 02, 2014

GSOC gets right to spy on gardai and intercept their messages

THE Garda Siochana Ombudsman Commission (GSOC) is being given powers to tap telephones and carry out electronic surveillance when carrying out criminal investigations into complaints against gardai. This is the first time an outside body will be able... #Garda Siochana #Dublin, Ireland #John Cooke #Frances Fitzgerald (politician)
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