Apple’s co-founder fears that freedom of information is under attack, with the internet controlled and regulated in unnecessary and harmful ways. RT talked to Steve Wozniak on a range of topics, from Wikileaks to Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom. RT LIVE rt.com Subscribe to RT! www.youtube.com Like us on Facebook www.facebook.com Follow us on Twitter twitter.com [...]
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Steven Levitt, author of Freakonomics, recounts a story of talking economics and business practice with a prostitute while researching for SuperFreakonomics. Complete video available for free at fora.tv
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Many fear the new law being drafted by the government would be used to silence the opposition. The Cambodian government is drafting its first cyber law, a measure it says is necessary to protect national security. However, human rights groups fear that the new law would be used to silence opposition voices. Al Jazeera’s Steve [...]
Security issues have overshadowed the London 2012 Olympic Games preparations. The British government has been forced to deploy additional military personnel after the main private security contractor said it cannot provide enough guards on time. Will this compromise the security at one of the world’s biggest sporting events? Guests: Steve Park, Martin Bentham, Jeremy Corbyn.
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The Obama administration is hoping China will accept a code of conduct for resolving territorial disputes in the resource-rich South China Sea, a difficult mediation effort that’s often been rebuffed by the communist government.
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US secretary of state Hillary Clinton has warned of more conflict in the South China Sea if China doesn’t agree to a maritime code of conduct. Clinton was speaking in Cambodia, at the Asia Pacific’s leading security forum. Territorial claims in the South China Sea have dominated the agenda. But as Al Jazeera’s Steve Chao [...]
The Southeast Asian Nations, or ASEAN, meeting in Phnom Penh is expected to focus on security and territorial disputes in the South China Sea. The other issue to be tackled is tensions on the Korean peninsula. At a time when North Korea is in the grip of international sanctions, Cambodia has embraced the secretive nation. [...]
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Doctors in Cambodia are investigating a mysterious illness that has now killed more than 60 children, all under the age of seven. It’s prompted the World Health Organisation to issue an alarm in a country already stretched thin by epidemics of other diseases. Al Jazeera’s Steve Chao reports from Phnom Penh.
Mongolians vote on Thursday to elect a new parliament. One of its tasks will be to manage a rapidly expanding economy. A mining boom, spurred by foreign investors, has generated vast wealth. But little of the rewards are trickling down to the nation’s poorest. The capital city, Ulaanbaatar, is ringed with slums, and for over [...]
As Mongolians go to the polls to elect a new parliament on Thursday, many concers remain over government corruption. When former Mongolian president Nambaryn Enkhbayar claimed authoritarian strong-arming after his arrest over corruption charges, many voters still supported his party. And while current president Elbedgorj Tsakhia maintains it is up to the courts, and not [...]
China’s latest space mission has successfully lifted off with on board the country’s first female astronaut. It is the next step in China’s strategy to build a permanently-occupied space station. Al Jazeera’s Steve Chao reports.