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Judge: The Fed's Obligations to Goldman Sachs Not as Important as Public's Right to Know

Judge: The Fed's Obligations to Goldman Sachs Not as Important as Public's Right to Know
A federal judge rejected the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s plea to seal documents in a wrongful termination lawsuit filed by a former bank examiner who claims she was fired for doing her job. “I am not convinced that anything will be accomplished to seal or redact a complaint that is publicly available,” U.S. District Judge Ronnie Abrams said.
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Absurdity Today: Tackling Email Privacy and Newspaper Monopoly

This week's top stories include: the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is working to change longstanding anti-consolidation legislation, the Federal Reserve Bank may now read your emails, and Barack Obama wins an Oscar...almost.
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