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How the Walmart Labor Struggle Is Going Global

How the Walmart Labor Struggle Is Going Global | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
What started as a warehouse workers' strike in California late last year has grown into a global struggle against the world's largest private employer.
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If everyone in the Business, Economic and Political world would play by the rules and be ethical - what kind of world would we have?
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Humanity In An Image

Humanity In An Image | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
You can see why I was so affected immediately upon focusing your eyes on the picture.
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Employers Now Making It Impossible to Be a Poor Working Mom 

Employers Now Making It Impossible to Be a Poor Working Mom  | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
Jodi Kantor published a devastating expose in the New York Times this week, detailing the latest fresh hell visited upon low wage workers by their corporate bosses: erratic work schedules created by “software that choreographs workers in precise, intricate ballets, using sales patterns and other data” to figure out how...
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Friday lay day blog | Bill Mitchell – billy blog

Friday lay day blog | Bill Mitchell – billy blog | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
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Why Elephant Poaching Is Rampant

Why Elephant Poaching Is Rampant | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
In some countries, the idea of cherishing anything made of ivory has become repugnant, especially given that an elephant had to die — usually at the hands of poachers — before any elaborate carving of its tusks could be done.
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Child trafficking: ‘I work morning to night, even longer than Papa’ – video

Child trafficking: ‘I work morning to night, even longer than Papa’ – video | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it

Thousands of children are trafficked into the UK each year. In this drama documentary, nine-year-old 'Nicu' writes an imaginary letter home to his mother in Romania, but his descriptions of wealth are far removed from the miserable reality of his life of exploitation


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Politics in Australia - Friday lay day | Bill Mitchell – billy blog

Politics in Australia - Friday lay day | Bill Mitchell – billy blog | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it

"Its Friday and my blog lay day – which might mean anything. That is, I might write no blog or just a small blog. Its what I call freedom. A big week has gone. Edward Elgar will publish the English-version of my Euro book – more details later. The Treasurer has turned his nonsensical fiscal statement into a ‘trainwreck’, we learn that the world is actually in danger of ‘global cooling’ and more NSW conservative politicians bit the dust as the corruption scandal widens. Next stop – the Federal Liberal Party administration. It is lots of fun watching the conservatives meltdown.

The current conservative Australian government has appointed a few zealots as their advisers in policy relating to business, educational reform etc.

Recently, we had to put up with the claim by one of its educational advisers, one Kevin Donnelly who is head of the Government’s national curriculum review that “the use of corporal punishment for ill-disciplined children in schools” (Source) was an “effective” way to discipline children."

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The Rise of Progressive Oligarchy

The Rise of Progressive Oligarchy | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
Convincing the American people to abandon (or at least qualify) their deep, longstanding regard for the Founders was no easy task for the progressives.
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How Medicare Advantage plans code for cash

How Medicare Advantage plans code for cash | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
Federal study criticizes Medicare Advantage and calls for changes.
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‘Corporations run US corrupt system’ the corporate #Oligarchy buys #politicians #Dems #GOP #corruption of Law.

‘Corporations run US corrupt system’ the corporate #Oligarchy buys #politicians #Dems #GOP #corruption of Law. | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
Corporations in the United States spend several million dollars during each election season in order to put politicians in office that would advance their interests, says an American author and radio host.

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Working Anything but 9 to 5

Working Anything but 9 to 5 | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
Increasing numbers of low-income mothers and fathers are at the center of a new collision that pits workplace scheduling technology against the routines of parenting.
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The Most Ridiculous Sexist Laws Across the Globe

The Most Ridiculous Sexist Laws Across the Globe | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
We're not kidding with these.

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malek's curator insight, August 16, 3:44 AM

And the cardinal rule,

“All Rape Victims Deserve it” 

M. Philip Oliver's curator insight, August 16, 11:06 AM

Thanks to Deana Dahlsad

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Who rules America?

Who rules America? | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
A new study has found that ordinary Americans have virtually no impact on policymaking.
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University Researchers Show NSA Can Legally Spy By Rerouting Internet Traffic

University Researchers Show NSA Can Legally Spy By Rerouting Internet Traffic | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
The National Security Agency can legally monitor every American, inside and outside the U.S., “by collecting their network traffic abroad,” according to a working paper by researchers at Harvard University and Boston University.

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South Carolina: Where Men Murder Women and Legislators Don’t Care

South Carolina: Where Men Murder Women and Legislators Don’t Care | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
Tuesday evening, the Charleston Post and Courier released a massive seven-part series on South Carolina’s failure to take domestic violence seriously—a failure that has resulted in the state leading the nation in the murder rate of women at the hands of men (currently the best measure we have for domestic...
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Growing up

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As a kid, I spent most of my time between two worlds.
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Domestic violence: 'Controlling behavior is abuse and it's time we criminalised it' - Telegraph

Domestic violence: 'Controlling behavior is abuse and it's time we criminalised it' - Telegraph | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
Today, Theresa May announced a consultation to look at strengthening the law against psychological abuse. Polly Neate, chief executive of Women's Aid, welcomes the move - and says we need to help women get justice for mental, as well as physical, harm
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Ferguson Is Everytown, U.S.A.

Ferguson Is Everytown, U.S.A. | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
Both explicit and implicit biases lead far too often to the killing of black men in police-civilian encounters. And they undergird the daily indignity and humiliation experienced by blacks who are stopped, questioned, and searched by police when they...
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BPA-Free Plastic Containers May Be Just as Hazardous

BPA-Free Plastic Containers May Be Just as Hazardous | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
Animal studies find that a replacement compound for the estrogen-mimicking chemical bisphenol A may also be harmful to human health
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Washington's cynical misinformation game

Washington's cynical misinformation game | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
Commentary: the role of distortion in health care politics.

 

"In most of our country’s major institutions, we have little tolerance for cheating and lying. Whether it’s the court system, schools, businesses, even our sports teams, we impose stiff sanctions against those who deceive us to gain some advantage.


Yet there is one arena in which misleading the public not only is abided but is the norm: politics. In fact, much of what constitutes political discourse in this country is now built on a foundation of dishonesty. One of the most effective — and perfectly legal — ways to win votes and influence public policy these days is to pour millions of dollars into deception-based campaigns designed to manipulate public opinion."

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Bank Overseer PwC Faces Penalty and Sidelining of Regulatory Consulting Unit

Bank Overseer PwC Faces Penalty and Sidelining of Regulatory Consulting Unit | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it

"PricewaterhouseCoopers is said to have agreed to pay a $25 million fine in New York for obscuring misconduct it was supposed to unearth...

 

The giant consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers occupies a position of trust on Wall Street, acting as a shadow regulator of sorts that promises the government an impartial look inside the world’s biggest banks.

But the firm — hired and paid by the banks it examines — has now landed in the regulatory spotlight for obscuring some of the same misconduct it was supposed to unearth, according to confidential documents and interviews with people briefed on the matter.

New York State’s financial regulator is poised to announce a settlement with PricewaterhouseCoopers, according to the interviews, taking aim at the consulting firm for watering down a report about one of the world’s biggest banks, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ. The regulator, Benjamin M. Lawsky, will impose a $25 million penalty against PricewaterhouseCoopers and prevent one of its consulting units from taking on certain assignments from New York-regulated banks for two years, a reputational blow that could cause some banking clients to leave.

The firm, which is accused of lacking the objectivity and integrity expected of consultants but not actually breaking the law, agreed to pay the fine and accept the two-year sidelining of its regulatory consulting unit. PricewaterhouseCoopers appeared to have had little choice: Mr. Lawsky’s office, which has the authority under a little-known New York law to censure erring consultants even without a legal violation, threatened to otherwise inflict a more sweeping and lengthy prohibition."


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RIP Sarbanes–Oxley Act.., as if it was ever alive
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Drillers Illegally Using Diesel Fuel to Frack

Drillers Illegally Using Diesel Fuel to Frack | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
An analysis by an environmental group finds hundreds of cases in which drillers used diesel fuel without obtaining permits and sometimes altered records
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A Study in Plutocracy: Rich Americans Wield Political Influence, the Rest of Us Don't | Blog | BillMoyers.com

A Study in Plutocracy: Rich Americans Wield Political Influence, the Rest of Us Don't | Blog | BillMoyers.com | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
"The influence of ordinary Americans registers at a 'non-significant, near-zero level.'"

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Hunting Outfitter Admits Injuring Wild Cats To Make Hunts Easier

Hunting Outfitter Admits Injuring Wild Cats To Make Hunts Easier | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
By Laura Zuckerman Aug 15 (Reuters) - A Colorado hunting outfitter accused of injuring mountain lions and bobcats to help clients kill them more easily pleaded guilty on Friday in a U.S. court in Denver to one felony count of conspi...

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This is sick.
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Yes - very sick grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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Coercive Relationships and Forced Labor in America

Coercive Relationships and Forced Labor in America | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
Individuals working in forced labor are oftentimes in coercive relationships with their captors which can lead to a fear of escape.
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WikiLeaks Reveals Proof Of Government And Corporate Surveillance Of Native Americans

WikiLeaks Reveals Proof Of Government And Corporate Surveillance Of Native Americans | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
WikiLeaks proves what Native Americans have suspected for years.

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WikiLeaks has released documents revealing corporate and government surveillance of the Mohawk people’s relationships with foreign countries, as well as evidence that movements that could block corporate plans for oil and gas were tracked and that Native American communities were monitored for the U.S. Department Homeland Security.

Shawn Wright's curator insight, August 11, 7:25 AM

For all who have uttered the thought that no Native American alive today was harmed by the actions of the government. If you will choose to you can open your eyes to truth. It continues today.

 

"Discovery of the BIA documents of government sterilizations on an estimated 70,000 Native American women throughout the 1970s. The procedures were performed by the Indian Health Service without the women’s consent, despite language barriers and under threats that they would lose their welfare benefits if they birthed another child. In some cases, teenage girls went in to have their tonsils removed and left without their ovaries."

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What to do if your drinking water contains arsenic

What to do if your drinking water contains arsenic | Ethics? Rules? Cheating? | Scoop.it
Millions of Americans unwittingly consume arsenic, a potent carcinogen also linked to IQ deficits in children, in their drinking water.
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