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The UK's Labour Party kicks off its election campaign with claims that it has suffered a sophisticated cyber-attack, Apple's credit card is accused of being sexist, and what is Google up to with Project Nightingale?
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Theme tune: "Vinyl Memories" by Mikael Manvelyan.
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Special Guest: John Hawes.
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- That "sophisticated" Labour cyber-attack - don't panic — Graham Cluley.
- General election 2019: Labour Party hit by second cyber-attack — BBC News.
- Election 2019: Security flaw leaves donors’ details online — The Times.
- Apple's 'sexist' credit card investigated by US regulator — BBC News.
- Apple's credit card caper probed over sexism claims – after women screwed over on limits — The Register.
- Google has access to detailed health records on tens of millions of Americans — Ars Technica.
- Google’s ‘Project Nightingale’ Gathers Personal Health Data on Millions of Americans — WSJ.
- Google buys Fitbit for $2.1 billion — Ars Technica.
- Smart condom ring i.Con is like a Fitbit for your man bits — CNET.
- The Missing Cryptoqueen — BBC Sounds.
- Undone — Amazon Prime.
- Speed Monopoly - How to Play in under 30 minutes! — YouTube.
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