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Our Throw-Away Society Cannot Last – Right to Repair

These days, you’re lucky if a device lasts you 3 years. Gone are the days when things lasted decades and device manufacturers often don’t even allow repairs outside their own network of authorised service providers. But Right to Repair laws are coming, providing some hope of a longer lasting future…

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These days, you’re lucky if a device lasts you 3 years. Gone are the days when things lasted decades and device manufacturers often don’t even allow repairs outside their own network of authorised service providers. But Right to Repair laws are coming, providing some hope of a longer lasting future…

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What is Cryptocurrency and Who Controls It? – On the Radar

What are you actually getting when investing in Cryptocurrencies? We discuss this question and more in this episode of On the Radar, with Azeem Khan, CEO of the Medici Consulting Group and Maaz Bajwa, Engineer and Macro Economist, looking at the differences between standard or fiat currencies and these new, blockchain-based cryptocurrencies.

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What are you actually getting when investing in Cryptocurrencies? We discuss this question and more in this episode of On the Radar, with Azeem Khan, CEO of the Medici Consulting Group and Maaz Bajwa, Engineer and Macro Economist, looking at the differences between standard or fiat currencies and these new, blockchain-based cryptocurrencies.

THIS IS NOT FINANCIAL ADVICE. You should do your own research before investing any money.

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US Two-Party System: Is it Time for Change?

Is the Two-Party System the best we can have? Do Republicans and Democrats represent the views of America today? Is it time to fundamentally change the way US politics work?

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Is the Two-Party System the best we can have? Do Republicans and Democrats represent the views of America today? Is it time to fundamentally change the way US politics work?

In this episode, we discuss the issue of a Third Party with Richard Zacaroli, author and lecturer focussing on civic engagement and Qasim Rashid, attorney and politician.

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Business

Should We Force Facebook and Google to Share Ad Revenue?

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How do we determine the line between what the public is interested in and what is in the public interest? One this episode of ‘On the Radar’, we discuss the ramifications of the Australian Government passing a law requiring Google and Facebook to share Ad revenue with Media Companies.

Also check out our Article on Facebook’s News Ban in Australia.

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The Storming of Wall Street: Gamestop Short-Selling

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Wait, you can borrow shares? Just how do people make money through short-selling and what exactly went wrong for them with Gamestop shares and how was Reddit involved?

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Are funds best spent on putting police in schools?

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How can we better allocate resources to empower local communities? In this episode of ‘On the Radar’ we speak to Rafiyq Friend, Activist and Judicial Officer, and Iatezaz Tariq, a Law enforcement Officer in Washington D.C., to discuss how funds would be best spent.

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Are we Ignoring the Mental Health of our Teachers?

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We’ve all had our share of COVID Blues, but what about the impact of lockdown and homeschooling on our teachers and their mental health?

In this episode of ‘On the Radar’ we speak to the professionals at the front of the virtual classroom and the people tasked with making sure we all keep ticking along. From personal experiences to practical coping mechanisms we take a closer look at the issue.

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