No, Russia Did Not Just Hack The White House

This week on the New World Next Week: No, Russia did not just hack the White House; Yes, the UK did just pass a law allowing them to dump nuclear waste in Brits back yards; and Creative Commons promotes open business models in the peer-to-peer economy.

New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news.

This week:

Story #1: White House Computers Hacked by Russians
Russia Didn’t Carry Out White House Computer Hack
Flashback: No, North Korea Didn’t Hack Sony

Story #2: Law Changed So Nuclear Waste Dumps Can be Forced on UK Communities
Portland Sustainability Commission Says ‘Yes’ to Propane Terminal
Sellafield: One of the Ten Most Radioacive Places on the Planet
Radiation From Fukushima Has Reached The BC Coast

Story #3: #GoodNewsNextWeek – Creative Commons Launches Open Business Models Initiative
Solutions: The Peer-to-Peer Economy
Sacramento City Council Approves Urban Farm Ordinance
Solutions: Guerrilla Gardening
What America’s Most Walkable Suburb Can Teach Towns Everywhere
Chinese Gov Tries to Regulate Public Dancing, Fails When Grannies Fight Back
Mobile laundry mat created to help homeless

#NewWorldNextWeek Updates: Prince Andrew Sex Abuse Claims Thrown Out By Florida Judge
Meanwhile, Mainstream British Media Reports ‘MI5 Allow Cover-up of Child Abuse’
AstraZeneca Accused of Testing Antipsych Drug for Marketing With Horrific Results
Johns Hopkins Faces $1B Class Lawsuit Over Knowingly Infecting Guatemalans With STD’s
NWNW Flashback: US Argues It Is ‘Immune’ From Guatemalan STD Experiment Lawsuit (Jan 2012)

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