(Humans Are Free) A new white paper by the IMF calls for linking your search history to your financial credit score, which would in effect lower your score if you visit websites marked harmful by their fact-checkers.
(Justin Deschamps) The International Monetary Fund recently stated it would institute a coronavirus relief policy, totaling $500 million for debt relief. The relief is in the form of a grant, specifically to be used by nations that are having difficulty in paying their IMF debt obligations. This sounds good on the surface, but I would argue it is a token gesture that offers only short term help without addressing the grander issue of economic fallout due to the global pandemic.
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(Danny Haiphong) The U.S. military state overthrows democratically-elected governments that it deems to be a threat to corporate interests.