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Local Professor Reportedly Admits To Sharing Neo-Nazi and Racist Propaganda; AARP Director Discusses Combating Spoofed Robocalls
According to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), Larry Coty, a math professor at Georgia State University’s Perimeter College, admitted to sharing neo-Nazi and racist propaganda online. Rachel Janik, the editor of the Intelligence Project Southern Poverty Law Center, discusses her organization’s report and what’s next for the professor.
Plus, Kathy Stokes, the director of Fraud Prevention Programs at AARP and the leader of AARP Fraud Watch Network, discusses combating robocalls and new rules adopted by the Federal Communication Commission for phone service providers to follow.
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