We’re back with another episode of the Tech For Good Live Podcast. It’s a podcast all about using technology to have a positive impact in the world. We talk about charity. We talk about social issues, and we talk about the interwebs and everything in between.
In this episode, recorded at the height of the Olympic season, the team talk about a World Record privacy fine from the EU and a high jump in donations for RNLI.
Discussed in the episode:
Stat of the week
Charity news of the week:
Tech news of the week
With the increasing use of tech in delivering public services, how much can we continue to blame "bad tech" when people misuse or badly implement the tech
Google may have created the first time crystals.
Yes they are a thing.
Yes they are as cool as they sound.
No they don't involve time travel:
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