MIT media lab director Joichi Ito resigns over ties to Jeffrey Epstein
Sunday, 8 September 2019 Joichi Ito, the director of an influential academic center at MIT, resigned Saturday over his ties to convicted pedophile and accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein. According to a bombshell New Yorker investigation, the MIT media lab received at least $7.5 million from Epstein and Ito would allegedly ask that the donations were counted as anonymous.
MIT researchers built a “personal food computer” that worked so poorly that demos had to be faked Theranos-style. According to Gizmodo, MIT's Media Lab is also busy trying to cover up its extensive financial ties to the late Jeffrey Epstein. The news has seriously damaged Media Lab's credibility...
(Newser) – Jeffrey Epstein's death is making Ghislaine Maxwell's jail stay all the harder—or so claim her lawyers. In a Monday night court filing, they say Maxwell has been subject to "uniquely onerous conditions" while at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, and that it's clear such treatment "is a reaction to the circumstances surrounding the pretrial detention and death of Mr. Epstein.
New York (CNN) Attorneys for Ghislaine Maxwell asked a federal judge on Monday to direct the Bureau of Prisons to release her into the general population of the federal facility where she's incarcerated, saying she has been "held under uniquely onerous conditions" in the wake of last year's jailhouse death of her former boyfriend and alleged accomplice, Jeffrey Epstein. "As a result of what occurred with Mr. Epstein, Ms.
The Jeffrey Epstein scandal has reached its tentacles all the way back to the marriage of Britain's Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer. According to Elle Magazine, British writer Clementine 'Clemmie' Hambro was a young bridesmaid at the royal couple's wedding. Hambro has issued a statement clarifying her connection to Epstein, and the purpose of two trips she made to visit him. One of those trips was to his private island.
[NFA] The Trump administration on Tuesday, abandoned its attempt to force foreign students to leave the United States if all of their classes are to be taught online this autumn. It was a dramatic reversal from a policy announced just last week. Gavino Garay has more.
White House spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany on Wednesday condemned a lawsuit filed by Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, seeking to block a new Trump administration rule that would bar foreign students from remaining in the United States if their universities move all courses online due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin was listed on legal documents for a company owned by an associate of Jeffrey Epstein.
The associate, Jean Luc Brunel, has been accused of sexual assault, rape, and of..
· *In an email to Axios on Thursday, LinkedIn founder and Greylock partner Reid Hoffman apologized for his role in helping repair Jeffrey Epstein's image in... Business Insider Also reported by •The Wrap