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It’s Screen Week on BTR! On today’s show, BTR’s resident Superman kid (and co-host of our movie podcast Restricted Audience Required) joins us to talk about the latest rumors about the upcoming Superman vs. Batman movie. And later, Molly Freeman is in the studio to talk more about her story available now on Breakthurradio.com about the effect that Neilsen’s new Twitter TV ratings are having on your favorite shows.
After developments in Edward Snowden’s exile, the organizers behind the ‘Restore the Fourth’ rallies of last month return.
Since the recent revelations that the National Security Agency is gathering data on Americans’ use of telephones and foreigners’ use of the internet, a debate has begun about the proper balance between national security and civil liberties. In the wake of the scandal, protesters held a rally in New York’s Union Square to show their support for Edward Snowden, the man who leaked the details. While many expressed their discomfort towards government surveillance of citizens, others offered a more favorable view. This week on BTR Pulse, Lauren Hawker speaks with people in New York on both sides of the debate.
It’s June! Or at least it was and now you want to know what happened, cause you were probably busy taking conscious-altering product!!! Well, there was a homosexual milestone, something new about George Zimmerman, and more information on a man who leaks!!! All reported by the one and only Chaz Mannenheim!!! He scours the streets and finds you news!! Here’s yesterday’s news today for you, the viewer, from him, the entertainer, Chaz Mannenheim!!! Enjoy!!!
It’s Transparency Week on BTR! On today’s show, we speak with Jim Garrison, head of Garrison Architects, whose Brooklyn firm installed new beach facilities for New York City’s coastlines. And later, Hudai Yavalar is the founder of the Ataturk Society of America, an independent non-profit based in Washington, DC. In his interview with BTR’s Tanya Silverman, Mr. Yavalar discusses the Turkish government’s response to the ongoing protest movements in the country.
Twitter and Google have released transparency reports in the past, but what does that mean in light of the NSA PRISM scandal?
Is the NSA scandal really a better way for the FBI to ‘wiretap’ users online?
Since the recent revelations that the National Security Agency is gathering data on Americans’ use of telephones and foreigners’ use of the internet, a debate has begun about the proper balance between national security and civil liberties. In the wake of the scandal, protesters held a rally in New York’s Union Square to show their support for Edward Snowden, the man who leaked the details. While many expressed their discomfort towards government surveillance of citizens, others offered a more favorable view. This week on BTR Pulse, Lauren Hawker speaks with people in New York on both sides of the debate.

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