TFGL2019 - S2 - Ep3 - Ethics Washing artwork
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TFGL2019 - S2 - Ep3 - Ethics Washing

  • S2E3
  • 43:15
  • April 25th 2019

This week we’re talking about money. Billions and billions of pounds of money. And also the value of carers. Maybe they’re one and the same thing?

Action for Children have a plan to help children share how they’re feeling, with digital.

And health apps, those cheeky rascals, are sharing your data in ways you would not believe. Or maybe you would. Because you listen to this podcast. And we’ve prepared you for the end times.

Jonny and Bex Rae-Evans are back this week and are joined by Greg Ashton and Producer Paul.

This weeks topics:

Stat of the week:

£134 billion versus £132 billion - one is the cost of the NHS and one is how much it would cost if all carers in the UK stopped doing what they doing:

Built with support from 200 charities and social enterprises and it’s already helped over 100,000 people:

Charity news of the week:

Action for Children app lets children in care share how their feeling with their social workers:

Tech news of the week:

But of course those health apps are sharing your data like you wouldn’t believe:

Rant of the week:

It finally happened, someone used the term ‘ethics washing’:

And Finally...

Mush mush:

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Special thanks to @geekytom for the theme tune

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