08.03.20. Delayed Reaction

Delayed Reaction

As President Trump floats the idea of delaying the 2020 election, questions over the use of private data by the DHS and security concerns surrounding the TikTok app take center stage. 

The passing of former presidential hopeful Herman Cain marks one of the most high-profile casualties of the coronavirus, and following the sad announcement of his passing, many were pointing out his recent attendance at a Trump rally. Elsewhere, alarm bells are ringing after it was revealed that the DHS might have accessed user data from encrypted apps being used by Portland protesters, and many are concerned by the President’s recent suggestion via Twitter that we postpone the 2020 election. We delve into the fray and examine all of this and more on this week’s edition of Middle Theory.

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