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    US Prosecutors Can Examine Web Communication of Dissenters, Judge Rules

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    On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker is joined by Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, Executive Director of the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund.

    In an attack on civil liberties and privacy rights, a judge has ordered the "DisruptJ20.org" website for hand over visitors to the Justice Department as part of a sweeping criminal case against the Trumpeters. continues the long war on dissent in the United States.

    The massive pipeline corporation Energy Transfer Partners has hired Donald Trump's lawyers to sue the environmental organizations Greenpeace, BankTrack and Earth First, accusing them of 'eco-terrorism' over their role in the peaceful, mass actions against the Dakota Access Pipeline. Brian is joined by a member of the Kandi Mosset of the Indigenous Environmental Network who was part of the Standing Rock movement.

    The European Union and the UK appear to be on the collision course as border, trade, and other disagreements pile up in the ongoing "Brexit" negotiations. Steve Keen, author of Debunking Economics and Professor at Kingston University, joins the show.

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