Nov 262014
 

X22Report

Published on Nov 26, 2014

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Report date: 11.26.2014

Italy retail sales post losses once again. New home sale data was revised to make housing sales look better than they are. EU pumping in billions of dollars to keep the economy afloat. US putting pressure on China and Arab nations not to do business with Russia. More National Guard soldiers entering Ferguson. No fly zone implemented in Ferguson. More troops will be headed to Afghanistan. NATO preparing for war with Russia. Leaked documents show US supplying lethal weapons to Ukraine. US behind the regin malware.

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 Posted by at 10:28 pm
Nov 262014
 

breakingtheset

Published on Nov 26, 2014

Abby Martin Breaks the Set on Ferguson Protest Contagion, The Real Anti-Semitism in Germany, Coercive Nuclear Negotiations & Black Friday Madness.

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EPISODE BREAKDOWN: On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin speaks with RT correspondents from around the country about the protests in Los Angeles, New York City and Ferguson following the decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the killing of teenager Michael Brown. Abby then speaks with author and journalist Max Blumenthal about his recent trip to Germany and how he why he was treated like an anti-Semite for his criticism of the state of Israel. Abby then speaks with investigative journalist, Gareth Porter, about the decision to extend the deadline for a nuclear agreement between Iran and six world powers. BTS wraps up the show with a look at some of the most ridiculous examples of Black Friday madness in preparation for the day after Thanksgiving.

 Posted by at 10:17 pm
Nov 262014
 

November 25, 2014

Greg Medcraft

Greg Medcraft, chairman of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, said national watchdogs should share information in their battle to protect companies and markets infrastructure. Photographer: Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg

Markets regulators across the world must work together to counter cyber crime as the attack on JPMorgan (JPM:US) Chase & Co. exposes the risks posed by hackers, according to the head of Australia’s financial markets watchdog.

“Cyber crime is a global problem that requires a global solution,” Greg Medcraft, chairman of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, said in the text of a speech at Bloomberg’s Sydney office today. “The links between market players and infrastructure mean that the impact of a cyber attack can spread quickly and has the potential to dangerously affect the integrity and efficiency of global markets.”

Medcraft, who also chairs the International Organization of Securities Commissions, IOSCO, is pushing more than 120 national regulators to cooperate on ways to disclose cyber threats and enforce methods to prevent them. Companies from JPMorgan to Home Depot Inc. (HD:US) and Target Corp. have been subject to hacks.

Some 73 percent of Australian firms said their perception of the risks posed by cybercrime has increased over the past 24 months, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers survey this year. The study found companies can benefit from sharing their cyberattack experiences with each other.

Medcraft said national watchdogs should share information in their battle to protect companies and markets infrastructure. The international body is working on a “range of projects to guide coordinated regulatory responses,” he said.

JPMorgan said last month that a data breach by hackers affected 76 million households and 7 million small businesses, with customer names, addresses, phone numbers and e-mail details taken. The biggest U.S. bank may double its $250 million annual computer-security budget within five years, Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon said.

Sony Corp.’s computer network was hacked in what may be a blackmail attempt, a person with knowledge of the matter said this week.

Source:  http://www.businessweek.com/news/2014-11-25/jpmorgan-data-breach-shows-need-for-global-crackdown-asic-says

 Posted by at 10:10 pm
Nov 262014
 

Thankfully, I feel some better today, so I will get started cooking for tomorrow’s meal…  I hope each of you have plans with family for this holiday…  enjoy your time together and make some new memories!!

With much love, dt

 Posted by at 1:51 pm
Nov 262014
 

X22Report

Published on Nov 24, 2014

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Report date: 11.24.2014

Business activity tumbles to 7 month lows. More Americans can not make the payments on their cars and delinquencies are rising. The Netherlands wants their gold back and other countries will follow. 40 countries will be joining the Eurasian Union. Another banker has been found dead. Ferguson grand jury has made a decision, be prepared for an event to go hot. US keeping troops in Poland and the Baltic States in preparation for the next war. Ukraine suspends coal delivery from Russia. Unidentified jet bombs again in Libya. New malware discovered that is extremely advanced and can see everything on all systems. NORAD planning to fly over the capital with F-16s.

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 Posted by at 1:26 pm
Nov 262014
 

breakingtheset

Published on Nov 25, 2014

Abby Martin Breaks the Set on the Riot Double-Standard, Activists on the Ground in Ferguson, Banned Tear Gas and Smoke and Mirrors Grand Jury.

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EPISODE BREAKDOWN: On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin discusses the coverage of the Ferguson protests following the news that Officer Darren Wilson will not be indicted for the killing of teenager Michael Brown, and how it compares to the portrayal of riots over sports events and festivals. Abby then speaks with RT Correspondent, Alexey Yaroshevsky, about the mood of the community following a night of both peaceful protest and destruction. Abby then speaks with two activists on the ground in Ferguson, Zaki Baruti, President of the Universal African People’s Organization and Casandra Fairbanks from the Free Thought Project about what the mainstream media has missed in its coverage of Ferguson. Abby then goes over the use of tear gas on protesters, despite the fact that it’s an internationally banned chemical weapon. BTS wraps up the show with a look at the legal aspects of the case with attorney and co-host of Ring of Fire radio, Mike Papantonio.

 Posted by at 1:07 pm