Who’s In Charge Here?

After Mark Zuckerberg's two-day testimony before Congress, we consider whether a reckoning for the social media giant might finally be on the horizon. A new documentary looks at how the state of Montana has been fighting back against dark money ever since the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision, and a legal scholar explains the unlikely history of corporations' rights. Plus, a second look at two infamous, misunderstood crimes: the Pulse Nightclub shooting and the Steubenville rape case. 
  1. Bob on Mark Zuckerberg's testimony this week, with anti-trust expert Matt Stoller [@matthewstoller]. 

  2. Kimberly Reed [@dotkim], filmmaker, on her new documentary, Dark Money.

  3. Adam Winkler [@adamwinkler], professor of law at UCLA, on the history of corporations' legal rights

  4. Melissa Jeltsen [@quasimado], senior reporter at the Huffington Post, on the mistaken narratives that followed the Pulse Nightclub shooting.

  5. Derek L. John [@DerekLJohn radio producer and reporter, on what internet vigilantes got wrong about the Steubenville rape case

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