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              How computers and digital technology affect our lives around the world. Presented by Gareth Mitchell. Available for download weekly on Tuesdays.

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              • Right to be forgotten; MSF innovation; The Slave’s Lament; Hits in the genes

                Tue, 19 May 15

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                Goggle defends its stance on the right to be forgotten; MSF drones to the rescue; Digital spin on the Slave's Lament; The science of deconstructing music hits

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              • Peace and Paranoia: digital art at the Venice Biennale

                Tue, 12 May 15

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                The highlights from the Venice Biennale which this year puts the USA secret services under scrutiny

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              • Facebook's U-turn on Internet.org; Rebuilding Vanuatu with smartphones; Kenyan app to combat terrorism; eRadiators; Gauge

                Tue, 5 May 15

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                Facebook's opens Internet.org to all developers; Rebuilding Vanuatu with the help of smartphones; Kenyan app that aims to combat terrorism; Using Cloud Server power to heat homes; Gauge: composing with water

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              • Nepal Mapping Disaster; GyroSet; Do Not Track; CODE

                Tue, 28 Apr 15

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                The mapping volunteers helping to pinpoint areas of need after the earthquake in Nepal; New technology that offers to help people with paralysis and others who are wheelchair bound; A multi-part web series based around privacy, surveillance and the economy of the web; A film by Robin Hauser Reynolds about the under-representation of women in technology and what can be done about it

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