America’s unemployment gets even worse

America’s unemployment gets even worse

Published: 02 September, 2011, 19:45
Edited: 03 September, 2011, 01:16

“As Americans gear up for a three day weekend with Labor Day approaching on Monday, the millions that have been jobless for months will see no reason to celebrate as the latest figures show zero growth in employment for August….”

via America’s unemployment gets even worse — RT.

America sues Wall Street

America sues Wall Street

Published: 03 September, 2011, 00:44

Wall Street is facing scrutiny over improper practices.

Lawsuits expected to be filed soon will aim to take the big banks off of Wall Street and into the court house.


Nader Naeimi of AMP Capital Investors Ltd adds that “Bank of America, being at the epicenter of these problems, is going to get smashed.”

via America sues Wall Street — RT.

Anonymous threatens Congress over copyright bill

Hackers from the group Anonymous threaten Congress over copyright bill

“Hackers from the group Anonymous released a video on the Web this week in which the collective calls out Congress for a controversial new bill that could put Internet users in prison for streaming videos online.

Should S.978 be put on the books, streaming copyrighted material on the Web could land a person in jail for up to five years in addition to costing thousands of dollars in fines. The video released from Anonymous specifically challenges how the law would punish video game users for sharing their own game play on the Web, which the hackers say is a form of censorship and a denial of the free flow of information.

Anonymous also notes that even providing a link to copyrighted content could cause users to wind up with legal woes and says that the legislation is a “tyrannical scheme” courtesy of Congress.


Anonymous hackers in Germany have already gone after authorities overseas for similar acts they consider censorship. On Monday Anonymous disabled the website of GEMA, a German watchdog that keeps an eye open for infringement of copyrighted music. Earlier this year hacktivists launched a denial-of-service attack on their site.”

via Anonymous threatens Congress over copyright bill — RT.

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