Desperate companies lower bar to replace vanishing workers

Tens of thousands of medical workers at Kaiser Permanente are striking for a one percent raise. Instead of meeting their demands, the company is hiring ununionized workers, or “scabs.” RT America’s Faran Fronczak explains how the “two tier pay” cherished by so many US companies gaslights unionized workers into accepting pay cuts and hardship while the managerial class rakes in more money than ever before at levels scarcely imaginable to ordinary working people … Read More >Desperate companies lower bar to replace vanishing workers

Hackers leak ‘IDF soldiers’ private info & Israeli defense minister’s PHOTOS,’ claim to have more classified docs

A shadowy hacking outfit calling itself “Moses Staff” has published a cache of photos and data it claims to have stolen in a cyber attack on the Israeli military, including a series of pictures of Defense Minister Benny Gantz. … Read More >Hackers leak ‘IDF soldiers’ private info & Israeli defense minister’s PHOTOS,’ claim to have more classified docs

Gas stations close across Iran after ‘cyberattack’ reportedly disrupts country’s smart fuel system

Gas stations across Iran were out of service on Tuesday after an alleged cyberattack brought down the smart fuel system, which allows citizens in the sanction-hit country to buy gasoline at a reduced price. … Read More >Gas stations close across Iran after ‘cyberattack’ reportedly disrupts country’s smart fuel system

‘The law doesn’t apply in America anymore,’ hacktivist Marty Gottesfeld tells RT from jail

Martin Gottesfeld, accused of launching a cyberattack at Boston Children’s Hospital to expose medical kidnapping and “torture” of a girl, says he aims to continue to fight against the “judicial corruption” that saw him imprisoned. … Read More >‘The law doesn’t apply in America anymore,’ hacktivist Marty Gottesfeld tells RT from jail