Scheduled Guests: (Show 7-10 AM ET)
Charlotte Tschider — Affiliated Professor for the Mitchell Hamline School of Law | Topic: #Cybersecurity and Who Deserves Blame Regarding Facebook?
James O'Neill — Geopolitical Analyst | Topic: The Rapidly Evolving #Skripal Story
Luke Rosiak [in-studio] — Reporter at the Daily Caller | Topic: The ongoing saga of the Awan Brothers
Ray McGovern — Former CIA Officer | Topic: Chemical Attacks in Syria
Maram Susli — Member of Hands Off Syria (A Political Movement in Australia) | Topic: Syria
Recent revelations about Facebook have brought massive media attention and scrutiny to both the tech giant and its CEO Mark Zuckerberg. While Facebook has made clear mistakes are members of the public also to blame for voluntarily offering up so much of their private data? Charlotte Tschider, an Affiliated Professor at the Mitchell Hamline School of Law and cybersecurity expert, joins Fault Lines to discuss these topics.
The poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal remains a fluid news story as new details seem to bring more questions and uncertainty to the case. Geopolitical analyst James O'Neill recently wrote an article about what he refers to as the rapidly evolving Skripal story, and he joins the program to discuss his piece.
One of the most buried stories of the past few years has been the ongoing saga of the Awan Brothers and the security threats they posed to members of Congress. Luke Rosiak has been the leading reporter investigating the Awan Brothers, and today he rejoins Garland and Lee in-studio to continue delving into this shocking scandal.
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