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  • Report: German intelligence spied on Interpol, par Mark Norton, 23 April 2017

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    Berlin (dpa) – Germany’s foreign intelligence service (BND) spied on international police organization Interpol for several years, Der Spiegel magazine reported Saturday citing documents it had seen. In addition to spying on Interpol headquarters in Lyon, France, BND also surveilled offices of the police network in Austria, Denmark, Greece, the United States and dozens of other…

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  • Let’s try this again: House panel issues new invitations in Russia investigation, par Mark Norton, 23 April 2017

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    WASHINGTON — A month after public testimony revealed that the FBI is investigating possible collusion between the campaign of President Donald Trump and Russia to sway the 2016 U.S. presidential election, the House Intelligence Committee officially has invited two U.S. officials back for a second round of testimony, though this time in closed session. The office…

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  • Are Shareholders About To Be Silenced?, par Mark Norton, 23 April 2017

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    Appalled by a Bloomberg Markets Magazine cover story that linked American steel company Nucor Corp. to pig iron suppliers in Brazil who used slave labor, an investment firm with a stake in Nucor called for corrective action. Their mechanism: a shareholder resolution. The proposal appeared on Nucor’s 2009 proxy statement prior to a yearly shareholder meeting…

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  • Will Julian Assange Turn On The GOP?, par Mark Norton, 23 April 2017

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    It looks like Julian Assange may be arrested and brought to the US for trial for espionage. And while Malcolm Nance understands that, he also thinks the Trump administration has some surprises coming to them. JOY REID: Malcolm, you had CBS on Thursday FBI launching a manhunt for the leaker who gave top secret documents to…

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  • Trump and Money Laundering: The Key Questions to Ask, par Mark Norton, 23 April 2017

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    This article first appeared on the London School of Economics site. The fuss around the Trump administration’s links to Russia is becoming an instructive case study of how money laundering works. When presented with reports about money laundering – as is currently the case with the Laundromat revelations – it is easy to miss its routine…

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  • Canada Rules to Uphold Net Neutrality, par Mark Norton, 23 April 2017

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    The internet of Canada is to remain a fair and equal space for all thanks to this new ruling. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) strengthened its commitment to net neutrality yesterday by declaring that Internet service providers should treat data traffic equally to foster consumer choice, innovation and the free exchange of ideas. As…

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  • A Wells Fargo Subprime Mortgage Fraud Story With A Happy Ending Approaching For Whistleblowers, par Mark Norton, 23 April 2017

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    As Wells Fargo digs out from its fake account scandal – an issue that was ignored despite numerous internal bank and SEC whistleblower complaints – whistleblowers in a different instance highlight how a pattern of behavior occurred. For Mark Schoor, an attorney at Crow and Cushing who monitors whistleblower cases, the story of former bank Robert…

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  • Should banks be criminally liable for not reporting fishy emails?, par Mark Norton, 23 April 2017

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    Since Congress passed the Bank Secrecy Act in 1970, banks and other financial institutions have had a legal obligation to report suspicious customer activity to the government or risk regulatory penalties and even criminal prosecution. The purpose is to enlist banks in the fight against narcotics trafficking, tax evasion, terrorist financing and other criminal activity. Federal…

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  • Trump’s Legal Challenges Since Taking Office, par Mark Norton, 23 April 2017

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    After becoming the first group to legally challenge President Donald Trump’s proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall, the Center for Biological Diversity sued the Trump administration Thursday for repealing protections for wolves, bears and other predatory animals that live on Alaska’s national preserves. By filing the lawsuit, the group challenged the constitutionality of the Congressional Review Act, which…

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  • Schwarzman Makes ‘A Rigged Game Worse,’ Democrats Say, par Mark Norton, 23 April 2017

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    Wisconsin Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin became the first federal lawmaker to call for Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman to recuse himself from Trump administration policy that affects Schwarzman’s private equity firm. Baldwin’s criticism was echoed by the senior Democrat on the Senate Banking Committee, which oversees many of the economic issues Schwarzman has been working on with…

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