The law and facial recognition software collide, the charity digital skills survey is out and you *just* have a bit of time left it to complete it. And is Google news feed biased or is it just the news?
Our guest this week is Lisa Murgatroyd from One Million Mentors, a national online platform to recruit, train, and deploy mentors to organisations working with young people. You can find her on Twitter - https://twitter.com/lisamurgatroyd
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On this weeks show...
Stat of the week:
Google news search results left leaning by 62% and many other stats: https://bit.ly/2LOAjDZ
Charity news of the week:
The Charity Digital Skills Report survey
is out: https://bit.ly/2wcjDeT
An atlas for the laws affecting street children around the world: https://bit.ly/2V8XXdr
Tech news of the week:
Update from last weeks facial recognition case: https://nyti.ms/2Ec6SFr
VR helps amputees feel their limbs:
And finally 2 mins
Trump really is full of shit:
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