Interview 1159 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

04/14/20167 Comments

Welcome to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. In this week’s episode:

Story #1: Court Rules Police Can Legally Make Up Lies to Pull People Over to Fish for Criminal Behavior
Bush Advisor Says President Has Legal Power to Torture Children

Story #2: Uber Passed 12 Million User’s Data To “Law Enforcement” In 2015

Story #3: Gov't Worried They Cant Tax The Sharing Economy

#GoodNewsNextWeek: A Fridge Full Of Free Food
Some ISPs Refuse to Disconnect ‘Pirates’

#NewWorldNextWeek Headlines: FBI Paid Professional Hackers One-Time Fee to Crack San Bernardino iPhone
MSM Celebrates Greece Goes Cashless
Goldman, Wells Fargo FINALLY Admit They Committed Fraud

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  1. Corbett says:

    Sorry about the sound quality on this one guys. I didn’t have my mic plugged in and didn’t notice until after we had recorded. I figured it was better to share this than throw the episode away, so here it is.

    • jay.z says:

      It just sounded like JP was interviewing you. I think it was a great episode nonetheless! : )

      Thanks again for doing this (JC and JP), both NWNW and the Good News Next Week segments within it… Both of you and those stories continue to give me hope for the future! Thank you for all you do.

  2. Fosca says:

    Uber is not Peer to Peer economy
    IMO Uber is very far from being a good example for a peer to peer economy. The objective of Uber is to maximise profit, with very limited efforts. Nothing more nothing less. It may have a good impact for the customers at the moment, as there is competition in a regulated market, but please just think 10 years ahead when the regulation has ended and Uber has a de facto monopoly on the approach. They may rule the market and try to push out competitors like any other big business.

    Just one hint why I think so:
    The Menlo Ventures led round with participation from Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Goldman Sachs and Benchmark Capital brings the company’s total at near $44.5 million. ( Very hard to believe those players invest for the sake of others.

    Also the cooperation with government is not just to defend the business they have gained with hard work. Uber has access to travel data of customers world wide. This is a real win-win for big corporate AND government. It is never made easier to spy on you! Of course there are a number of players hating Uber, but that is a different part of the story, always imminent if somebody wants to get a market share. Not much to do with the P2P thing behind.

    Do not get me wrong. I truly believe P2P is great. But it needs to work without a centralization behind that is purely there to exploit. Keep it this P2P local and I buy in!

    QFC: What do you think is Goldmann Sachs interest in Uber if not simply getting a nice market share without much hassle. Tax free as well. 🙂

  3. Mohawk Man says:

    Anybody hear from James on any thread after this earthquake? I’m concerned.

    • Corbett says:

      Thanks for the interest. I’m hundreds of miles away from Kumamoto on an entirely different island, so no need to worry about me.

      • Mohawk Man says:

        Thank God. Whether you liker it or not James, you’re family to many of us. My thoughts/prayers for those who were lost and suffered after this earthquake. May they be comforted and assisted by their fellow man. Japan has been devastated too often of late.

        Be well,

        The Mohawk

        Looking forward to this weeks work. Tyranny takes no vacation.

  4. tgmolitor says:

    Economics is about incentives. How can the USG incentivize share econ companies to keep their profits in the US rather than Ireland? Lower what is today the highest corporate income tax rate among the 34 industrialized nations of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. Would be interesting to research countries with low corporate tax rates and the percentage of companies within those countries using overseas regulatory filings.

    Corbett: You live in Japan and Japan has the fifth highest corporate tax rate in the OECD. Do Japanese corporations seek overseas tax shelters like the US does?

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