Imagine being physically denied access to your office, business, or livelihood. Imagine being refused entry to a grocery store or being told who you can or cannot sit with at a restaurant. Imagine being barred from a hospital room when you or your family member needs critical care. Unthinkable? Today, these scenarios and worse are happening…
Time, money and options are fast running out for Switzerland’s second largest lender, Credit Suisse.
After a million deaths in Latin America, Washington’s staunchest ally in the region, Colombia, just called time on the US’ “irrational war against drugs”.
As the US government begins setting up the regulatory guardrails for a digital dollar, the EU forms a consortium, including Amazon and large EU banks, to develop a prototype for a digital euro.
Given EC President Ursula von der Leyen’s apparent allergy to basic transparency, she is the last person in Brussels to be leading the EU’s roll out of so-called “corruption sanctions”.
Political violence is back with a vengeance in South America, as death threats abound, coups d’états are foretold and assassination attempts are carried out.
Canadian and Australian lenders will be the perfect guardians of people’s digital identity, thanks to their high levels of public trust. At least so say the banks.
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As the US remains “grossly unprepared” to meet the exponential increase in demand for lithium, it stakes a claim to Argentina’s massive deposits of “white gold.” All for Argentina’s benefit, of course.
Like just about anything on the Internet, biometric surveillance systems are eminently hackable as well as prone to human error.