Edward Snowden spoke at the South By Southwest Interactive conference in Austin, Texas this morning. He addressed the crowd remotely via a video feed from Russia. We listen to what he had to say, and we discuss Americans’ true feelings about digital privacy. We also talk to the author of a new book about how one company almost completely took over the chicken industry. Plus, a reporter and recovering addict takes a closer look at 12-step programs. And we check-in on two political conferences that took place over the weekend: The national conservative CPAC conference on the East Coast, and the gathering of California Democrats here in L.A.
Snowden at SXSW, Addiction & The Chicken Industry
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Snowden at SXSW
Edward Snowden spoke at the South By Southwest Interactive conference in Austin, Texas this morning. He addressed the crowd remotely via a video feed from Russia. It was the...
Do We Care About Privacy?
Edward Snowden painted a bleak picture of our privacy at the South By Southwest Interactive conference this morning. But most Americans are not that worked up over his...
While Republicans gathered on the East Coast for their national the Conservative Political Action Conference this weekend, California Democrats held their state convention...
A handful of companies control the vast majority of meat production in this country. And with size comes influence. Take, for instance, Tyson Foods, the biggest meat...