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so they didn't know labeled as interested in treason so those perhaps with anti government views against russia all russians facebook only stopped when they got caught treason was included as a category given its historical significance given it is an illegal activity we have removed it as an interest category now here's the juice of it who do you think would be interested in this data clue that the thais as watchmakers now don't and that propagandists those interested in riling these people up targeting bombarding them with anti russian propaganda masquerading as ads encouraging them to commit treason a perfect tool to meddle in russia's politics facebook remove the treason category due to criticism but there are plenty more that it's keeping thirty advertisers of
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course. but the gambling offers no similar protections for information about those categories that it has inferred for instance their use them i'd be interested. or interested in is that information facebook isn't removing how would you feel of for example you were marked as interested in homosexuality in saudi arabia where homosexuals are executed how do you feel if you are marked as interested in islam and myanmar where muslims are exterminated and facebook may well have been marking potential traders in other countries much less respectful of human rights in which these people might disappear we've tried to contact them for the comment but no response so far and at this stage it's safe to say that fish book has been literally in being during people's lives this feels like western stirring western
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interference in the democratic process within russia because they're trying to create tension or suspicion or paranoia amongst the people who might have taken an interest in some historical case of treason or whatever it is and we've seen the same thing happen across the west as well over the last few years where we know that facebook also profiles for what is called dissidents or subversive in western countries and of course this can all be sold on to companies such as cambridge analytic or the big scandal in the u.k. it's the last few months but it's certainly dangerous for our democracies to i've been saying for at least a tech case that facebook is effectively the sort of fantasy system that if the spies could have developed it they would have developed it and the fact that facebook has been colluding with the west inspired global surveillance plane not as we know from the whistleblowing of edward snowden and one of his earliest disclosures was the prism program it is a meshing between the core person the states of ale and this incredibly close now across the west so all i can say to russia is welcome to the. u.s.
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government has said guantanamo prisoners it could be held without charge indefinitely the story and much more still to come you are watching our two international. doogan is an outstanding person because he took on the most powerful agency in his county or you'll be the state if you look at it from the book. mark was the day that when he was five of the. most contentious critics the first time i noticed something wasn't right. pretty much when he first started the corruption in palm beach county is not something that you can smell or. it's. the way it wasn't what i wanted to do you know. we've had more shootings in this county then some states have had collected and
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went to his website began featuring. his family the sheriff's wife. squash you like a book you know i wish you'd stop then you should say and i'm like mr i believe what i'm doing ok you know it's your funeral. critic in this house. i snuck out of the united states. into russia political. men they know. i welcome back this is. now an f.b.i. agent who used to be in charge of the trump russia collusion probe has testified on allegations of bias the hearing which has just finished ran for more than nine hours with some emotional outbursts. and your testimony is bob mueller did not kick
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you off because of the content of your text he kicked you all because of some appearance that he was worried about my testimony if you want to represent which he said accurately i'm happy to answer that question but i don't appreciate what was originally said being changed i don't give a damn what you preach agent strong not even a week into an investigation that you originated approved or the contact for and you're already promising to protect the country from that menace donald trump i will not answer that question you have not stated a little valid legal basis for not responding to a question directed to you by a member of the united states house of representatives and you are overruled point of order mr chairman your let me let me continue your testimony is essential to this hearing and i have a point of order before he answers the question the point of order is not well taken until you know what the point of order is you can say and i will take up
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point of order the the witness will answer the question now your hands are already present and i declared because you don't question that ruling out of order mr chairman let's turn to dr privilege and he has been archived not just to answer that i will suspend so peter struck who you just saw is an f.b.i. agent who was one of the agents leading the investigation into alleged russian collusion now he was accused of anti trump biased after some of his private talks with a colleague lisa page were leaked in one of those texts he even vowed to stop trump from becoming president trump is not even going to become a president right right now no he won't will stop it. it is testimony that was described as a circus by one congress or n.p.r. struck attempted to defend himself saying that his personal views have never influenced his official f.b.i. decisions but check out what else he had to say not once in my twenty six years of defending our nation did my personal opinions impact any official action i took but
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the committee was pretty divided over his testimony while republicans were on the off chance democrats were playing defense objecting to all their questions now one loyal democrat even suggested that struck be rewarded for his service to the country on the other side struck desperately tried to keep the russian hysteria alive by characterizing the proceedings as a win for the usual suspect i have the utmost respect for congress has oversight role but i strongly believe today's hearing is just another victory notch in putin's belt and another milestone in our enemy's campaign to tear america apart a trump russia investigation has somehow survived for over a year now but no evidence has been produced till date but what it has produced is a whole lot of controversy alongside masters of phobia and internal polarization and it seems to be getting worse and worse every single day so it looks like it won't be going away any time soon. now across live to arvin vora who is vice
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chairman of the libertarian national committee thanks for being with us here on r t international. so we were talking a little bit during the sound check this was just an interesting to say the least hearing there were some heated arguments about procedural rules and at one point it was asked how many times he had lied to his wife about an extramarital affair do you think anything useful actually came out of this hearing or was it all just a circus. it was all deserved as one quick correction actually no longer vice chair because i'll be seeking my party's presidential nomination in two thousand and twenty. congratulation back to the actual issue what we saw here thank you what we saw here is absolutely what is wrong with criminal justice in america the fact that the f.b.i. is biased could matter the fact that the f.b.i. is involved in you know things that literally have nothing to do with keeping
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america safe the fact that the f.b.i. not russia is the one who is involved with locking up literally millions of americans for victimless crimes across the country really shows how backwards things have gotten what we saw today was shedding some light on the fact that this has become so ridiculous to this field anything useful absolutely not what this you know that it was a was an awareness that i think most american people already know is that sometimes when the f.b.i. gets involved in politics where it should not be in the first place sometimes it reveals a bias so to what extent is this whole trump russia collusion probe a bipartisan that will between republicans and democrats. it is right now i think a distraction method that is currently being used primarily by democrats although by some republicans as well as a distraction method to sort of say the enemy is over there but it's not russia that's locking up our citizens is not
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a russia that is wasting our money on nonsense policies it is the american government and right now they're trying to distract us from letting us know who the actual enemy is the actual enemy is the people who are stealing our money locking up our our friends and our neighbors and our brothers and sisters and right now they're trying to create a circus by distracting us and having us look over there and saying look it's russia who's doing all this and we need to go after them it is absolutely nothing more than a political distraction to keep the american people from going after the people who should be going after. kind of on that russia point during his testimony actually said that the republican case against him is just another victory not in putin's belt is he right there does that statement have any merit. no the if you want to talk about what's going to be helping putin it's the insane trump tariffs that literally make it give an advantage to every country in the
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world except for america that uses steel look at all the other backwards policies the trade sanctions the playing world police the continued involvement in nato long past its usefulness this is not a victory in built all the other things that the u.s. government is doing to waste money to give american businesses a disadvantage to play world police and we should not be doing that if anything is helping putin which i don't think anything is that it's not this this isn't i don't think putin honestly cares. all right interesting to hear your thoughts and good luck on the vice presidential run there for the libertarian national committee thanks for being with us. that's the presidential presidential nod. i apologize for that good luck in deed. all right the u.s. justice department has admitted that there are no plans to release guantanamo
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prisoners a lawyer representing the inmates expressed his alarm over those comments which were made at a federal court hearing think the government didn't help its case by saying that you know essentially. you know this this war might be like one hundred years war in england and potentially we could end up detaining people for several generations as long as hostilities were ongoing and in the war on terror the eleven men in that court case have been held at the military prison some for as long as fifteen years despite never having been charged their lawyers are demanding that the inmates be either tried or released one of the prisoners in the appeal is tel feet behind me now he is a yemeni citizen and has been at guantanamo since two thousand and three on suspicion of having been member of al qaeda he has previously been cleared for release on three different occasions but still at the prison here is what another detainee had to say about their situation i still have faith even after all this
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time they did judge will see through this stupidity the better solution would be deceived the american taxpayer the eleven million. to keep me here and maybe nobody but i'm a very expensive nobody but guantanamo bay detention camp was opened in two thousand and two by president george w. bush since then seven hundred eighty prisoners have been held at the facility and in january this year president trump signed an executive order to keep the camp open indefinitely here's how another former guantanamo prisoners described the torment that he suffered there. torture false imprisonment cruel inhuman degrading treatment is something that myself and many others endured but i think the cruelest and most torturous treatment has being that you are detained without charge or trial by a country that claims to be the bastion of freedom and human rights and democracy we already know that people are being tortured on mass the americans or the method
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of doing the state report on torture but what's happening now is that one tunnel is as american pie and i think most people recognize this whether it's bush obama donald trump all have allowed one tunnel to exist and continue under their presidency. for me are back at the top of the hour with more news you are watching at international stay with. this sucks for something the sad part of his afterlife tooting taliban was that. the meat of afghanistan always do you guard their wife's their sisters as a. kind of human being can get from it if that's historically like that but
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unfortunately due to the title but not a leader you know physically about structures were kind of broken but close associates or social values were damaged not only this one conflict actually damaged our structures and infrastructures but it unfortunately damaged our values to. greetings and salutations back in the late one nine hundred eighty s. and one nine hundred ninety s. when the internet as we know it was just a gleam in the eye of a.o.l. investors.


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