Eliza Novick-Smith appears in the following:
Friday, July 20, 2012
This week on the show we’re airing two stories about the role of super PACs in politics. And one can scarcely talk about super PACS without mentioning Citizens United. And talking about Citizens United tends to spark outrage: corporations aren't people and money isn't speech.
Thursday, July 12, 2012
It’s not news that a number of people claim to have been sidelined, short shrifted, or outright robbed by Mark Zuckerberg. “The Social Network” actually made the plight of Facebook’s discontents an inseparable part of Facebook’s creation myth. Aaron Greenspan is not part of the Facebook origin story, but, he insists he should be. In 2011, Greenspan sued Columbia Pictures, the studio behind “The Social Network,” Benjamin Mezrich, whose book The Accidental Billionaires was the basis for the film, and Random House, which published the book.