Paper Planes – 01×10

Wall Street Wants to Kill the Agency Protecting Americans From Financial Scams, The FCC just repealed a 42-year-old rule blocking broadcast media mergers, Kim Dotcom to build alternative web, Homeland Security Department terminates temporary residency program for almost 60,000 Haitians.

Hosted by Antwand Howard and Francisco Pierre-Louis


Timestamps:

(0:48) Wall Street Wants to Kill the Agency Protecting Americans From Financial Scams

(5:30) The FCC just repealed a 42-year-old rule blocking broadcast media mergers

(09:57) Kim Dotcom to build alternative web

(10:40) Homeland Security Department terminates temporary residency program for almost 60,000 Haitians

Articles used in the episode: 

Wall Street Wants to Kill the Agency Protecting Americans From Financial Scams  Source: The Intercept

The FCC just repealed a 42-year-old rule blocking broadcast media mergers Source: Washington Post

‘Internet freedom dream alive’ – Kim Dotcom to build alternative web Source: RT

Homeland Security Department terminates temporary residency program for almost 60,000 Haitians Source: AP

Image Credit: Plane by Jose_Arte under Creative Commons License CC0

Music Credits: Liquid Gold #4 Minimal Techno by equites and Nadir by Einstein in a Patent Office

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