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I'm David Graeber, and I teach anthropology at Goldsmiths College in London. I am also an activist and author. My book Debt is out in paperback.

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A psychiatrists (and Charlie Brooker's) insightful perspective on news coverage's perpetuation of mass shootings in schools.
The full version of this wondrous and though provoking programme is currently available in the UK via BBC iPlayer:

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Credit Union Big Bank

Member-owned, every member has a vote
Helps you rebuild credit
Never received a government bail out
No fee-driven services
Low account opening and minimum requirement, approximately $0-$5
Participate in shared branching networks to allow access to thousands of locations nationwide
Participate in nationwide ATM networks to allow access to thousands of ATMs
Online bill payment
Federal insured by the NCUA

Profit driven
Owned by board of directors, customers have no voting rights
Require good credit
Received trillions in Congressional bail out funds
Regularly introduces new service fees
High minimum account requirements, approximately $100-$500
Branches on every corner
Hundreds of ATMs
Online bill payment
Federally insured by the FDIC

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Manuel Castells (Spanish: Manuel Castells Oliván; born 1942, Hellín, Albacete, Spain) is a Spanish sociologist especially associated with research on the information society, communication and globalization.

The 2000–09 research survey of the Social Sciences Citation Index ranks him as the world’s fifth most-cited social science scholar, and the foremost-cited communication scholar.[1]

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"Some people start already living differently as they can - some because they want alternative ways of life, others because they don't have any other choice.

"What I refer to is about the observation of one of my latest studies on people who have decided not to wait for the revolution - to start living differently - meaning the expansion of what I call in a technical term 'non-capitalist practices'.

"They are economic practices but they don't have a for-profit motivation - such as barter networks; such as social currencies; co-operatives; self-management; agricultural networks; helping each other simply in terms of wanting to be together; networks of providing services for free to others in the expectation that someone will also provide to you. All this exists and it's expanding throughout the world."

Paul Mason: 97% of people you surveyed [in Catalonia] have engaged in non-capitalist economic activity.

"Well, it's about 30-40,000 who are engaged quite fully in alternative forms of

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Get Safe Online Week is your opportunity to pass on online safety tips to
friends, family, colleagues, neighbours or even strangers who you think may
benefit from the advice.

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The statement “I have read and agree with the Terms of Service” is the biggest lie on the web. We aim to fix that. As a crowd initiative, ToS;DR rates the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy of websites and services from a user rights perspective, with labels ranging from a very good class A to a very bad class E.
Get involved Analysis for terms, APIs, discussions

ToS;DR is a young project started in June 2012. The data is subject to important changes. This is your opportunity to help us fix the “biggest lie on the web”: join us if you have information to share related to specific terms or if you have a comment:

We use a Google group because they're easy to set up and have a web interface. But you can also join by email to using your favourite email client. If you have any questions about how to contribute then you can also contact us via IRC (the #tosdr irc channel on freenode), github or twitter, or contact Hugo or Michiel f

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