I was reading a BBC news article on their website that, imho, is a great first step in moving towards a legal recognition of our own individual right to control our own information. Here is a link to the article:
Now, we need something like this in the USA.
A US jury has rendered the verdict that Monsanto’s weed killer is “substantially responsible” for a man’s development of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. This is the 2nd such jury award in the last week, with both jury’s awarding in excess of $280 Million USD.
It seems that Monsanto has been aware of this for a very long time. They even accepted a $66 Billion buyout from Bayer just to loose the Monsanto name while continuing to sell a product that has faced adverse scrutiny around the world.
Here is the BBC article:
According to new research, the earth is actually benefiting from increased emissions of carbon dioxide gasses. Here’s the link to the BBC News article with more info:
When I saw this, I thought it would make a nice follow-up to the article I posted a few days ago about life lessons you can learn from playing video games.