Government Worried About Sharing Economy

This week on the New World Next Week: James forgets to plug his microphone in; the cops can now legally lie in order to pull you over; Uber gives the police data on 12 million passengers; and the government worries they can’t tax the P2P 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.

In this week’s episode:

Story #1: Court Rules Police Can Legally Make Up Lies to Pull People Over to Fish for Criminal Behavior
http://bit.ly/1SB8khD
Bush Advisor Says President Has Legal Power to Torture Children
http://bit.ly/1qF7BAg

Story #2: Uber Passed 12 Million User’s Data To “Law Enforcement” In 2015
http://bit.ly/1XwyGWd

Story #3: Gov’t Worried They Cant Tax The Sharing Economy
http://bit.ly/1RUXmaH

#GoodNewsNextWeek: A Fridge Full Of Free Food
http://bit.ly/1oZewbC
Some ISPs Refuse to Disconnect ‘Pirates’
http://bit.ly/1qIOk6m

#NewWorldNextWeek Headlines: FBI Paid Professional Hackers One-Time Fee to Crack San Bernardino iPhone
http://bit.ly/1VqCScL
MSM Celebrates Greece Goes Cashless
http://bit.ly/1SNhnwc
Goldman, Wells Fargo FINALLY Admit They Committed Fraud
http://bit.ly/23waACd

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