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  1. HoP 351 - Quentin Skinner on Machiavelli

    Leading Machiavelli scholar Quentin Skinner joins Peter to discuss morality, history, and religion in the Prince and the Discourses.

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  2. Edward Snowden and Naomi Klein Discuss The Creeping Surveillance State | Surveillance Pandemic

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    Spy planes, helicopters, and drones surveilled hundreds of thousands of Americans as they took to the streets to protest police brutality and the killing of George Floyd. Meanwhile, a series of surveillance startups are using the coronavirus pandemic to track people, analyze outbreaks, and otherwise attempt to legitimize their technology.⁠

    NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, author and The Intercept senior correspondent Naomi Klein, Mijente campaign organizer Jacinta González, and Motherboard staff writer Edward Ongweso Jr. discuss how technology is used against Black Lives Matters protesters, undocumented immigrants, and Black and brown communities more broadly.⁠

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  3. Malcolm Turnbull – a memoir - Big Ideas - ABC Radio National

    Malcolm Turnbull reflects on his time on politics, his achievements and the challenges he has faced during his time as 29th prime minister. In the past decade of climate and energy warfare in Australian federal politics, Malcolm Turnbull is the only leader to have lost his job over the issue twice. He talks with Annabelle Crabb about his new memoir A Bigger Picture.

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  4. 2 Regular Teachers - Episode 81 | Free Podcasts | Podomatic”

    The Return, Parent Rapport, Specialist Support & PA Debacles

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  5. The Legacy of Chernobyl: Inside the Zone | Foreign Correspondent

    Once the site of the world’s worst nuclear accident, Chernobyl is now a major tourist destination, thanks to a wildly popular TV drama. We go beyond the crowds to reveal the secret life inside Chernobyl’s exclusion zone.

    It’s byword for disaster and contamination. A lasting reminder of the devastation of nuclear meltdown, government-sanctioned cover-up and radiation sickness.

    Now, thanks to the wild success of the HBO series dramatising the world’s worst nuclear accident, the site of Chernobyl in Ukraine has become a global tourist hotspot.

    Geiger-counter in hand, Europe correspondent Linton Besser explores the enduring impact of the 1986 Chernobyl disaster.

    He joins the hordes of tourists who arrive each day to wander around the ghost towns and near the abandoned reactor.

    “I heard a lot of stories…there are mutants there, there are creatures inside ,” says Australian tourist Nick, one of hundreds visiting the site from around the world.

    Besser goes where tourists can’t, beyond the decaying town of Pripyat, into the contaminated exclusion zone where he meets the secret communities who have defied evacuation orders to return home.

    The ‘babushkas’ – grandmothers – continue to grow their own food and drink water from their wells, despite the persistent presence of radiation.

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  6. Mark Zuckerberg: “I’m really sorry that this happened”

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks to CNNMoney’s Laurie Segall after the news broke this weekend that Cambridge Analytica accessed information from 50 million Facebook users without their knowledge.

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  7. Cambridge Analytica whistleblower: ‘We spent $1m harvesting millions of Facebook profiles’

    Christopher Wylie, who worked for data firm Cambridge Analytica, reveals how personal information was taken without authorisation in early 2014 to build a system that could profile individual US voters in order to target them with personalised political advertisements. At the time the company was owned by the hedge fund billionaire Robert Mercer, and headed at the time by Donald Trump’s key adviser, Steve Bannon. Its CEO is Alexander Nix

    How Cambridge Analytica turned Facebook ‘likes’ into a lucrative political tool ►

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  8. Cambridge Analytica and Facebook’s Data Collection Problem | Forbes

    Saturday, Christopher Wylie revealed that Cambridge Analytica used Facebook data obtained from a third party to aid Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign. Now millions of people are threatening to delete Facebook.

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  9. Safiya Noble | Challenging the Algorithms of Oppression

    Safiya Noble is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Information Studies in the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies at UCLA. In her PDF 2016 talk, Noble explains why we should care about commercial spaces dominating our information landscape.

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