- A ruling by Egypt's highest court dissolving parliament ahead of Presidential elections is being seen as a coup to allow the military to retake power and could reignite revolution.
- Britain's Home Office is proposing new legislation that would record and track nearly all internet activity for 60 million citizens in a huge national database.
- The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is looking into financial fraud scams targeting America's elderly, saying billions are lost each year.
- The latest victim of Europe's financial turmoil is a California hedge fund worth nearly half a billion dollars.
- A new economic study on bank security measures also finds that British bank robbers get about 20 grand a piece for knocking over a bank, a "rubbish return".
Friday, June 15, 2012
Posted by Zandar