Facebook's terms of service were ruled abusive by a French appeals court and found to "violate French consumer law by making it difficult for people in France to sue.” When a teacher in France had his Facebook account suspended for posting a photo of classic nude painting, he filed in suit in a French court.
"Today, the Department of Justice is filing a lawsuit in U.S. District Court against the city of Ferguson, Missouri, alleging a pattern or practice of law enforcement conduct that violates the First, Fourth and 14th Amendments of the Constitution and federal civil rights laws. We intend to aggressively prosecute this case and I have no doubt that we will prevail." - Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch
"This is not austerity happening. The protestant ethic that you spend less when things are tough - which is terrible microeconomics - nevertheless, even that is not being used.The thing about it... I had to resign because I refused to take 85 billion from the European taxpayers. There is no austerity involved with that. This is profligacy. If you look at the 100s of billions that has been given to Greece: there is no austerity. It's classwar.
In 1975, war resister and activist Dave Dellinger1 wrote:
INDYRADIO (01feb16) Janet Napolitano, University of California President and formerly Director of Homeland Security,established a system of surveillance monitoring all internet traffic in and out of the University of California system. This is explained as a response to a serious breach of medical records at UCLA in June that resulted in a class action lawsuit against the university.