Following the Cambridge Analytica affair and the massive leak of 87 million people’s data revealed earlier this year, Facebook is facing unprecedented scrutiny of its business model and especially its use of users’ personal data. […]
Andrey N Bannov / shutterstock Kai Whiting, Universidade de Lisboa and Luis Gabriel Carmona, Universidade de Lisboa The targets set in the Paris Agreement on climate change are ambitious but necessary. Failure to meet them […]
Book review by Atul K. Shah As Private Eye journalist, Richard Brooks has long been responsible for exposing corporate corruption, especially around tax avoidance and evasion. One story kept on repeating in his research – […]
Following calls for openness and public participation, the European Commission now advertises its trade negotiations as transparent and inclusive. But crucial information about EU trade deals are still kept from citizens. Even member state governments […]
A wide ranging lecture by George Monbiot that ticks almost all boxes.
An excellent interview with Michael Hudson. The interview starts with Trump, but quickly moves on.
This is how absurd things can become – thanks to the EU: Diesel was supposed to reduce CO2., but the car manufacturers, to increase their profits, cheated, and produced radically more nitrogen oxide than permitted, […]
Sometimes historical events occur and no one really notices. The decision of the German social democrats to once again enter a grand coalition heralds the end of a political party with a history of over […]
The claims of Brtain’s Coservative Party amounts to a lie. They have been building the most unfree market system ever conceived. Guy Standing is Fellow of the UK Academy of Social Sciences, and Professorial Research […]