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united states immigration officials have been granted permission to use fake social media accounts to monitor people seeking to enter the country in the face of efforts to read online networks profiles. the alternative for germany party celebrates 2 of its best local election results with the anti immigration euro skeptics coming 2nd in both brandenburg and saxony. in the vigil commemorating the victims of the most deadly terror attack in modern russian history enters its 2nd day of the victims and survivors share their painful memories of the milton school siege from 2 years ago. the bruiser ground troops are
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real good natured there's also a bell south korean appeared to be the sole source of the. very warm welcome to the program from all of us here at our teach here in moscow thanks for joining us this hour. the u.s. department of homeland security has authorized migration officials to use fake social media accounts to monitor people seeking to enter the country but that does fly in the face of efforts to purge online networks of false profiles that's all a quarter explains fake social media accounts the latest weapon in homeland security's arsenal the department's updated guidelines have officially made cyber disguises fair game for its agents. the fraud detection and national security directorate is updating this privacy impact assessment to provide notice that officers may use fictitious accounts or identities on social media platforms to
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protect national security public safety or to combat immigration fraud homeland security claims these fake accounts could be used to clean up the process of legal immigration detecting fraud finding weak spots and immigrations vetting system and conducting background checks are all listed as areas that could be improved and although communicating with other users is forbidden there's still one problem with the idea fake accounts used for surveillance violate the usage terms of both facebook and twitter it is against their policies to use fake persona and to use twitter down or for persistent surveillance of individuals who look forward to understanding u.s. c.i.s. proposed practices to determine whether they are consistent with the terms of service and might be against company policy but this isn't even a 1st for u.s. law enforcement earlier this year police stations the d.n.a. and ice work s'posed all for using fake profiles isis facebook personas or even
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connected to a fake university created to entrap illegal immigrants looking to study there as they were exposed to facebook moved to delete those accounts. law enforcement authorities like everyone else are required to use their real names and facebook and we make this policy clear in our public facing law enforcement guidelines speech overrating fake accounts is not allowed and we swiftly act on any violating accounts but an internet privacy watchdog says the social media giant isn't doing enough facebook's practice of taking down these individual accounts when they learn about them from the press or from a f f is insufficient to what we believe is a much larger iceberg beneath the surface we often only discover the existence of law enforcement fake profiles months if not years after an investigation has concluded facebook no they obviously they don't care about anything they only care about making more money and and blocking people who are doing good things i mean
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they abuse people's private information it's built into their system and they don't want to do anything about it until someone holds them to account so thankfully the guardian pointed this out and then they they blocked it but how many things did the guardian not see and there are just literally thousands and thousands of these things that are out there ordinated in authentic behavior is what facebook terms fake profile activity and since the 2016 election the company has been on an all out crusade against it i think to city matters because people need to trust that the content they are seeing is valid and they need to trust the connections they make their identifying and challenging 8 to 10000000 suspicious accounts every week we're also going to require people running large pages with large audiences the united states to go through an authorization process and confirm their identity over 2000000000 accounts were deleted in the 1st quarter of 2019 alone with fingers
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pointed at russia 1st and then iran and china later on and all the while congress has been spurring on the assault your companies announced a series of successful disruptions. that resulted in the removal of pages groups and accounts my instinct is to applaud the diligence of your security team to credit you with taking the problem very seriously social media giants might find it easy to declare war on an authentic activity it thinks might be going on abroad but when they know that their own government is itself using underhanded tactics to advance its agenda who knows if the same standards will apply we've asked facebook and twitter for their reaction to the development no comment yet. for a 2nd day a vigil for the victims of the most deadly terror attack in modern russian history is being held 334 were killed mostly children during the siege and was 1000 people were taken hostage at a school in the north
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a cent in town of beslan warning you may find some of the following report upsetting. most hostages were kept in this room the sports hall beslan is a small town a close knit community you'd be hard pressed to find anyone in this room that had lost someone or knew someone who had. good people who do in every year we come here to the school and the cemetery to the cemetery every month even where my sister in law is buried there with her 2 kids it's always sad when vigils unite people in mourning what happened here is hard to forget it but life
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goes on it is. what's left of the whole unites everybody here police and soldiers who try to save you there could be medics who ran into the fire to evacuate the wounded parents and teachers who stayed with their kids and people's hostages. the walls here were lined with flowers soft toys of course the photographs of those who died also bottles of drink symbolic as the terrorists had denied any food or water to the hostages for the 3 days of the siege by the time i had a chance to escape many were today hydrated and weak to move hearing the experiences of those who were here is truly horrific as people inside began to faint dr lisa moments of our help whoever she could the terrorists gave her notes with their demands to pass on to authorities they threatened to kill her son if she made a wrong move if stanley is to softly and i said i'm
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a doctor so they took me to the corridor to get 1st aid to someone who wanted terrorist. in the gymnasium it was very hard to breathe most of the kids were running a fever in thinking they told the adults not to faint are they receiving killed as a terrorist didn't want any burden i asked them to let me go and i had to carry a message for them they let me come to the school entrance they were holding my son saying if i went out of the door that killed both of us immediately the rooster story isn't the only miracle escape that day alina was 9 when she was seized along with her family she turned 10 the next day while still a hostage she sees her rescue as a 2nd birthday changing her life forever. but all times of moving the blast wave knocked me and my brother back to one side an hour and to another after the blast site opened my eyes and saw the special forces soldier screaming anyone still alive get out of here that went with my browser to the cloak room and we
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heard the special forces soldier say be careful where you fire your kids here and then we went out through the window sometimes when it was my classmates to visit the school for us there is life before and life after 15 years later for many the memories are as warm as ever. some come here seeking answers an explanation of how such a thing could have happened others simply light a candle and share an embrace to get some closure or you know i think in one fact this can never be forgotten and can never be repeated i know hawkins. the memorial cemetery where victims of the attack are buried it is known as the city of angels we talk to people there who are paying their respects. well sir those who are or a drunk will. question our muscles or what stories sort of or single.
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we have in the. love of the good wishes to disobey. must be the most incompetent the p.c. . the more home the carmina burana i slid them they'd actually climb. a little. these are small there's a very old nick of purple who was our interrupted loser and soon there will be. what you call a midget with 3 germs who are innocent doing this and as with us are doing this this. will be a 3rd day of commemorations and beslan tomorrow which of course we will also be covering here on r.t. .
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in other news the alternative for germany or a.f.d. party is celebrating the anti immigration euro skeptics came 2nd in a state election and brandenburg and saxony significantly increasing their influence in those parliaments they are all reports from berlin. well starts off in brandenburg it was a win for the social democrats in a campaign that they were neck and neck with a.f.d. throughout the alternative for germany picking up around 23 percent of the vote there with the social democrats winning on 25 percent in saxony we saw massive gains for alternative for germany it wasn't enough for them to win the state that went to the christian democratic union anger merkel's party 2728 percent for alternative for germany in saxony could end up rising as high as 30 big gains for them there and certainly big smiles from the leadership of the alternative for germany party they were saying that these results show that a de just
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a flush upon that they are a big part of the german political stage right now and that's what it is the sensational results we have achieved the best result in local elections ever and we can see that 30 years after the fall of the wall governments the don't want to be left wing need. is. the fight is not over the fight starts now we've become much stronger no one can remove us from german politics in the movie we're staying. for german politics is quite keen on a bit of self reflection a bit of navel gazing and what we've seen from other politicians who have been looking at these results from alternative for germany and they're not happy about the role they've played in allowing a.f.d. to make such big games. i am happy that we have a really good result what worries me is a result in this means we continue to face big challenges in this country. we all
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hope for more and wished for more and i'm also disappointed like many others are disappointed no question i as the lead candidate also share responsibility for this result alternative the journey were found it isn't the. anti euro euro skeptic party back in 2013 but it was following the influx of refugees and migrants into germany in 2016 that they started to pick up a lot of points a lot of votes in the east of the country. i am an ev disappointed or that's why i'm happy about them being so strong their success can be explained by the disappointment of the people here in the country and this is not only bad saxony but it will germany as a whole it's been preserved and you see i'm not happy about the result either i'm not a big fan they're right about some points but the left party is my preferred choice . it is disappointing that the f.d.a. secured so many votes although it was to be expected in the state of saxony there
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is also the city of came that switch last year saw well violent scenes after a 35 year old german man was stabbed to death there 23 year old syrian asylum affleck and was sentenced to jail for manslaughter just last month that's an area where these people a lot of support the big problem is going to come now is how they're going to form some form of coalition in these 2 states because the major parties the established parties i guess you could call them now in both states have said they will not work with alternatives to germany that means you probably looking at at least a 3 party coalition in both states a well quite convoluted coalition a real broad church is going to have to be put in there because of the large chunk the large proportion of the votes that alternative for germany have picked up in both the states of brandenburg and saxony here in germany. martin those are a homburg and pay for the left party believes the f.d.a.
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is riding on the back of false promises. he has an agenda and real that is based on centric nationalism militarism. liberalism as well as racism exclusion interests on 2 models success of the f.d.a. is warning that somehow also have the governments this happens on the fundamental of the last 30 years of german politics 30 years of your liberalism is politics destroying the human is fundament at least of the german society and it's the left . didn't find the clue to really criticize the call it takes which is conducted in the moment consequently enough that is a problem and it's a problem as well to my mind the german media they are. acting wary one sided and they ready bring forward to schools this which feed the ideology of the as long as
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that happen. not be easy to have a u. turn to change the whole politics. or global news that day continues after this break. join me every thursday on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to guests of the world of politics sports business i'm show business i'll see you then.
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welcome back in the u.s. crippling student debt is expected to dominate the next round of democratic debates for the 2020 alexion or the year's graduates have had to take on a growing financial burden with the future looking bleak as artist and explains. the trade war slows and global growth and shaky afternoons on wall street have got
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financial outlets warning that a new recession or economic downturn could be on the horizon now that's bad news for everybody but for millennia the generation of americans born between 198119068 could be fatal meet dakota lily he's a senior at new school university entering his final semester this fall once he finishes and graduates he'll be out on his own facing economic circumstances much harsher than previous generations of americans if you look at these problems the fact that it's impacting almost every millennial it's not just a question of someone else it's a you know countrywide and even continent wide problem the conditions that our parents and our grandparents where they had good paying jobs right out of high school didn't even need to go to college get a trade school whatever and have no student debt and still be able to support a family it's just not the case anymore educational debt is a problem for millions of young americans adults ages $22.00 to $38.00 have double the amount of educational debt as gen x.
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ers the previous generation that came before this might be due to a 100 percent increase in the cost of college tuition despite the job market benefits of having a degree going down significantly also don't have much in terms of wealth and property net household worth is down 40 percent from the previous generation and 66 percent have no retirement savings less than 37 percent own stocks furthermore the median age of home buyers in the united states has actually risen to 46 because younger americans simply aren't taking out the mortgages and making the down payments people are working for wages people are underemployed people have bachelor's degrees and are working at mcdonald's putting weights on me before i even go out into the economy you know where it influences everything what kind of jobs you look for the job market you're looking into the wages that are being paid you know it's a lot that you have to think about when you already had 20 to. $25000.00 worth of stuff. with really nothing tangible besides the diploma to show for it that his
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economic gap seems to also point to a widening political gap younger americans seem far more attracted to the left wing figures like bernie sanders and they pay a lot closer attention to issues like income inequality people just aren't making enough money people feel like they're not being represented if people can't get an education without spending enormous amounts of money they're going to vote for you know their interests you know republicans pick a share increase child care more infrastructure spending that will create jobs higher wages now donald trump says the fears about the economy are unfounded he's even said that the usa is having an economic miracle now all americans are nervous but one particular generation that never really recovered from the financial meltdown of 2008 they may not have very many houses cars or stocks but they've got plenty to lose. r.t. new york. french luxury brand dior has axed its latest perfume ad starring
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a guitar wielding johnny depp that's after it was slammed for its depiction of a native american dancer. at an event and. the campaign had only been live for a few hours before dior removed it from social media critics accuse your of cultural appropriation saying it was offensive and racist this is competing released by deward today is deeply offensive racist and cultural appropriation at its worst by a corporation that is exploiting native peoples and culture for profit from stars and just think these complaints are intentional control the c equals free publish it i find it deeply disturbing brands force native people to make the choice between stereotypes and misrepresentation or odd turns visibility. there responded saying that it had tried to avoid cliches adding that it had collaborated with the
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group americans for indian opportunity it's not the 1st time a brand has gotten into trouble for taking inspiration from other cultures though vogue was accused of racism when for a photo shoot it dressed up model clarke karlie kloss as a japanese geisha because she faced a backlash over it in the turban apparently it fell to respect religious sensitivities and the designer marc jacobs was criticized for a catwalk show or mostly white model supported dreadlocks conservative commentator chadwick morris has creativity is being stifled. do your head to head at heritage american actors and they hired a team of consultants who were native americans work so the company was trying to be as sensitive and culturally respectful as possible because many even said beforehand that this was about connecting with nature and about the natural beauty and for some reason this friend came under attack for cultural corp
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this sort of tells a lot about the nature of our my boss didn't bother to research anything about this campaign they didn't bother to research anything about the word savalas so was the . why old i mean. 3 means natural you know the law has been in control of culture for so long suffocating creativity so the creating a sense of beauty so kate even with fashion a sense of absurdity you know that a sense of fun and look and see even snobbishness. now some other news in the brief in hong kong thousands of students are boycotting classes on the 1st day of the new school year it's all part of the anti beating protests that have gripped the city for over 3 months some city workers also joined the class skipping students over the weekend there were violent clashes between police and demonstrators. hurricane dorian made landfall in the bahamas on monday one person was reportedly killed the storm is now on a collision course with florida where a state of emergency is in force wind speeds are reaching 350 kilometers an hour
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and experts say dorian could be the strongest hurricane to hit the east coast in nearly 3 decades. that's a golden is right up for now but i'll be back to top the hour with the latest thanks for tuning in. during the great depression which old mr remember there was and most of my family were unemployed working class there wasn't it was bed you know much worse objective listen today but there was an expectation of the things were going to get better. there was a real sense of hopefulness there isn't today today's america was shaped by the turn principles of concentration of wealth and power. reduced democracy attack solo down engineer elections manufacture consent and other principles
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want to. push through that was british airways of the world. at the midst of all sorts of. for them to spirit or did you seem to be. are you both these that it's a studio chill of. september the 1st 200-4915 am school number one beslan north of santiago was attacked during a festive assembly marking the start of a new school year terrorist.


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