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Discussion: Fluoride, 5G backlash, data mining

The state is watching and listening. Photo: RTG

The Australian government is in damage control after a loophole revealed councils were subjected to liabilities for fluoridation programs — moving to exclude the toxin from the Therapeutics Goods Act.

Furthermore, facial recognition technology is set to be introduced across transport networks in Sydney, marking the next step in an transition to a biometric world, while the community continues to fight back against Telstra.

On the latest episode of the General Knowledge Podcast, Ethan Nash from TOTT News and General Maddox from Real News Australia discuss new developments in the fluoridation saga, council blocking ‘small cell’ installations in NSW, facial recognition, online privacy and more.

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CONTENT DISCUSSED

New legal advice exposes fluoridation programs | TOTT News

Council backs residents against Telstra installations | TOTT News

Facial recognition set for Sydney transport network | TOTT News

Track and Trace: The Implementation of Digital Biometrics | Real News Australia

Track and Trace: Full Spectrum Surveillance via Social Media | Real News Australia



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