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Ep6: Revising for Exams & Drug Death Touch

Revising for exams can be a dread filled experience. Don’t worry, I have worked with enough students to be able to give you some of the best revision tips possible, no matter what you are studying. Also, new synthetic drug furanyl fentanyl has been reported to be 1000’s of times stronger then morphine and deadly to touch.

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Ep.5: Facebook Sells Kid’s Data to Corporations / Teenage Knife crime UK

In this episode of the Risktopic Podcast Facebook conducts highly unethical data collection exercises on teen users, selling their information off to advertisers. Also, the London police install knife arches, as a part of their murder suppression tactics, to tackle the recent spike in youth knife violence

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Ep4. Environmental Britain, Selfie Deaths & Contraceptive Pill Risk

In this episode of the Risktopic Podcast, we discuss some of the good news coming from the realm of environmentalism in that Britain went a day without coal energy for the first time since the 1800’s and China is making moves to address air pollution. We delve a little deeper into the data behind selfie-related deaths and we have a look at new research which claims that the Contraceptive pill reduces the quality of life for women.

In this episode of the Risktopic Podcast, we discuss some of the good news coming from the realm of environmentalism in that Britain went a day without coal energy for the first time since the 1800’s and China is making moves to address air pollution. We delve a little deeper into the data behind selfie-related deaths and we have a look at new research which claims that the Contraceptive pill reduces the quality of life for women.
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Ep3. 420 Extravaganza!, Facebook live shooter, Considering Technology

This episode of the Risktopic Podcast has us taking a look at the risks associated with selfies and marijuana as it is 420. Blaze it fam. We also discuss the Easter Sunday Shooter who broadcasted murdering someone across Facebook live. Finaly we round off with a rather deep consideration of “what even is technology?”