Yaron and Amy: “Fearing the Worst,” TODAY at 2 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT)

Exploring the rationality of fearing for the state of free speech in England, for Edward Snowden’s safety, and for the ability of Facebook to survive under the GDPR. Other stories, too. See Program Notes, below, for stories, etc., we plan to discuss.

The show will be broadcast live via streaming video on Yaron’s YouTube Channel as well as on his show’s Facebook page here.

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Program Notes

Tommy Robinson jailed after breaking contempt of court laws with Facebook Live video

Number of child sexual abuse victims in Rotherham raised to 1,510

Oxford grooming gang: two members jailed

Edward Snowden on Twitter

Edward Snowden on Privacy in the Age of Trump and Facebook (The Intercept)

Today, a new E.U. law transforms privacy rights for everyone. Without Edward Snowden, it might never have happened.

General Data Protection Regulation

Facebook and Google hit with $8.8 billion in lawsuits on day one of GDPR

An American 13-Year-Old, Pregnant and Married to Her Rapist

Special report: Chicago Public Schools fails to protect students from rape and sexual abuse

Mutually Nonconsensual Sex

I was Jordan Peterson’s strongest supporter. Now I think he’s dangerous

How to Break Up with Your Phone

Free Speech Will Not Save Us

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