Original (the real) Gordon Gecco Backs Bernie; Tech Privacy, Net neutrality, and other modren (sic) issues…

http://www.alternet.org/election-2016/shocker-real-gordon-gekko-just-endorsed-bernie-sanders

"Well, I think it’s quite simple," he began. "If you look at something called ‘velocity of money’—you guys know what that is, I presume—that means how much gets spent and turns around. When you have the top one percent getting money, they spend five, 10 percent of what they earn. When you have the lower end of the economy getting money, they spend 100, or 110 percent of what they earn. As you’ve had a transfer of wealth to the top, and a transfer of income to the top, you have a shrinking consumer base, basically, and you have a shrinking velocity of money. Bernie is the only person out there who I think is talking at all about both fiscal stimulation and banking rules that will get the banks to begin to generate lending again as opposed to speculation. So from an economic point of view, it’s straightforward.”

The federal government can access emails more than 180 days old without a warrant. It’s an arcane policy that was put in place 30 years ago when Congress passed the Electronic Communications Privacy Act…
The Email Privacy Act would fix this violation of privacy by requiring the government to get a warrant for email, just like it needs a warrant to access postal mail. But despite overwhelming support, the bill is stuck in the House Judiciary Committee.

Demand Progresses petition:
https://savethefourth.net/?source=credo

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