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Mick Meaney is a 33 year old independent researcher and alternative media veteran having founded the RINF.COM alternative news website in 2004. He works full-time on exposing the corruption, crimes and misdeeds of the ruling elite.
Aaron Swartz Rolls In His Grave
Online piracy is an ever-increasing problem for the power-crazed music and film corporations who have been lobbying for years for changes to be made to the way the law deals with copyright offences.
Thursday, May 29, 2014
Bedroom tax forces households into debt
Since the Bedroom Tax was introduced in 2013, residents on welfare are now struggling to survive. Fearful of eviction, many have to borrow money to pay their rent and are forced to cut back on necessities such as heating and food.
Wednesday, May 21, 2014(2 comments)
Ridiculous US Warfare Expenditure
War is America's main export. Without it, the USA is nothing. It's economy depends on it.
Let's take a look at the tip of a very deep iceberg.
Wednesday, May 21, 2014(3 comments)
10 Outrageous Crimes The Banksters Hope You Forget
It's long been established that the financial system is infiltrated and controlled by criminals; however, recent scandals and the economic crash of 2008 have diverted attention away from other misdeeds that should not be ignored.
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Video: Phone Users Monitored Without Consent
Mick Meaney reports on how a research company covertly gathered and attempted to sell personal data to the London Met, while in the United States it emerged that the FBI has warrantless access to electronic communications.
Wednesday, May 22, 2013(1 comments)
Xbox One: Constantly Listening To Conversations
With the announcement of Microsoft's next generation gaming console, the Xbox One, it has emerged that the new system carries a device that will be 'constantly listening' to gamer's conversations.
Revealed: Why Bankers Continue To Get Away With Fraud
Speaking on BCFM Drive Time with host Tony Gosling, the former financial editor of the Scottish Sunday Herald, Ian Fraser, revealed how senior bankers avoid prosecution while getting away with committing fraud on a massive scale for decades.
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
UK Budget Protects Corrupt Energy Corps
Surprise surprise. As the mainstream media subserviently celebrates the announcement that a pint of beer will now be 1p cheaper, in what is seemingly an act of misdirection, George Osborne--responsible for the UK budget--has gotten away with it again.
VIDEO: The Government's Persecution of Activists
In a society where exposing vitals truths is an arrestable offense, where political dissent is no longer tolerated and whistle-blowers are labelled as a threat to national security, RINF Alternative News looks at the recent case of one activist who will now spend a year behind bars - without trial, for posting a hyperlink.
ID Cards To Make A Comeback in the UK?
After spending -5 billion on a controversial national ID-card scheme that was eventually scrapped, it appears that ID cards could be making a comeback.
Saturday, March 9, 2013(8 comments)
New Calls For Bush War Criminals To Face Justice
A UN investigator has requested that the United States reveal its findings on the CIA's Bush-era programme of the rendition and secret detention of terrorism suspects, which has the potential to lead to high-level officials being prosecuted for crimes against humanity.
Video: Horsemeat? GMOs Are The Real Scandal
While the UK media becomes hysterical over the discovery of horsemeat in the food chain, RINF Alternative News takes a look at the real dangers of a handful of chemicals that are added to our food.
UK Spy Agencies Plan "Black Box' Style Web Surveillance
British intelligence services are planning to significantly increase the level of web surveillance on UK citizens. Agencies want to use 'black box' style snooping devices to monitor nearly all web activity including which domain names citizens visit, and Facebook, Twitter and Skype sessions.
Tuesday, February 5, 2013(3 comments)
Outsourcing Torture: 50 Countries Complicit In Extraordinary Rendition
For the first time, a report from the Open Society Foundation reveals the scale of global CIA torture. At least 50 countries took part in "extraordinary rendition" following the 9/11 attacks, which involved taking detainees to and from U.S. custody without any legal process. So far, the foundation has discovered the following countries, but admits there might be several that have not been uncovered yet.
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Video: The Secret Government War Against The Most Vulnerable
RINF Alternative News speaks to a healthcare whistleblower who reveals how the government are using unqualified staff to assess whether or not if sick and disabled people are fit for work. This results in the death of 32 innocent people every week.
Thursday, January 17, 2013(1 comments)
Video: Thugs in Uniform - A Cesspool of Police Misconduct and Corruption
Examines the decline of public trust in the police, due to increasing levels of misconduct and corruption. Special attention is given to the Jimmy Savile scandal and how British police protected him for decades by repeatedly ignoring complaints from abuse victims. The questions must be asked - WHY? And who else are they protecting?