RLM News Show Podcast Blog – May 06, 2014

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May 06, 2014

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DARPA close to creating memory brain implants

Published on May 5, 2014

The White House’s $100 million “Brain Initiative” is set to unveil the progress government researchers have made in restoring the memory of injured brains. Focused on soldiers who have lost recollection of certain events due to traumatic brain injuries, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, has been working on implants that allow for the restoration of memory. The research also has implications for those who suffer from Alzheimer’s and other conditions. RT’s Lindsay France has more details on this ground-breaking research.

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[376] Nerd Prom’s Jokes Hit Too Close to Home, Rutgers Rejects Condi Rice & The TPP ‘Conspiracy’

Published on May 5, 2014

BTS Producer Manuel Rapalo Breaks the Set on TPP Conspiracy, Rutgers Rejects Condi & Nerd Prom Distraction

Munk Debate on State Surveillance


Fri May, 2 2014 5:00 PM MST — Fri May, 2 2014 7:30 PM MST

In a risk-filled world, are democracies justified in turning to large-scale state surveillance, at home and abroad, to fight complex and unconventional threats? Or is the emergence of the surveillance state and the awesome powers it derives from information technology a new and pervasive threat to our basic freedoms? For some the answer is obvious: the threats more than justify the current surveillance system, and the laws and institutions of democracies are more than capable of balancing the needs of individual privacy with collective security. For others, we are in peril of sacrificing to state surveillance and exaggerated terrorist threats the civil liberties that guarantee citizens’ basic freedoms. To engage this global debate our spring 2014 contest pits Michael Hayden and Alan Dershowitz, against Glenn Greenwald and Alexis Ohanimoves as they move the motion: Be it resolved state surveillance is a legitimate defence of our freedoms…

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