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The Current - Tom Keenan points to downside securing medical devices from hackers - Feb 26, 2015Feb 26, 2015 | 7:58The Current Tom Keenan points to downside securing medical devices from hackers - Feb 26, 2015 Audio
The Current Tom Keenan points to downside securing medical devices from hackers - Feb 26, 2015 Feb 26, 2015 | 7:58As part of our Checking-In segment, we speak to "Technocreep" author Tom Keenan on the trade offs involved when installing features to prevent hacking of medical devices.
The Current - Muslim Mom encourages her community to support Ontario's Sex-Ed law - Feb 26, 2015Feb 26, 2015 | 7:17The Current Muslim Mom encourages her community to support Ontario's Sex-Ed law - Feb 26, 2015 Audio
The Current Muslim Mom encourages her community to support Ontario's Sex-Ed law - Feb 26, 2015 Feb 26, 2015 | 7:17As part of our Checking-In segment we speak with a Muslim Mom from Milton, Ontario who's trying to help people in her community get comfortable with Ontario's new sex ed curriculum.
The Current - Skeptics question if amnesty for al-Shabab fighters will bring peace - Feb 26, 2015Feb 26, 2015 | 25:00The Current Skeptics question if amnesty for al-Shabab fighters will bring peace - Feb 26, 2015 Audio
The Current Skeptics question if amnesty for al-Shabab fighters will bring peace - Feb 26, 2015 Feb 26, 2015 | 25:00The Somali government is offering amnesty to any al-Shabaab fighters willing to renounce terrorism and lay down their arms . Some see this as a great way to divide a deadly movement, others worry it could leave Somalia mired in promises it cannot keep.
The Current - Checking-In on hacking medical devices, sex-ed and sexting - Feb 26, 2015Feb 26, 2015 | 27:30The Current Checking-In on hacking medical devices, sex-ed and sexting - Feb 26, 2015 Audio
The Current Checking-In on hacking medical devices, sex-ed and sexting - Feb 26, 2015 Feb 26, 2015 | 27:30Our discussion with Marc Goodman this week on hackeing implanted pacemakers set more than a few hearts beating faster. We Check-In on your thoughts as we follow up on the challenges of sex ed, the perils of sexting and the prospect of hacking pacemakers.
The Current - Critics wary of fast-tracking Bill C-51 with minimal oversight - Feb 26, 2015Feb 26, 2015 | 22:00The Current Critics wary of fast-tracking Bill C-51 with minimal oversight - Feb 26, 2015 Audio
The Current Critics wary of fast-tracking Bill C-51 with minimal oversight - Feb 26, 2015 Feb 26, 2015 | 22:00Just after 9-11, the Liberals were criticized for their luxurious pace on anti-terror legislation. Now the speed the Conservative govt is pushing through Bill C-51 is up for debate. Tom Mulcair, Wayne Easter and Stockwell Day join us to discuss Bill C-51.
The Current - Teen charged for sexting with distributing child pornography - Feb 25, 2015Feb 25, 2015 | 27:29The Current Teen charged for sexting with distributing child pornography - Feb 25, 2015 Audio
The Current Teen charged for sexting with distributing child pornography - Feb 25, 2015 Feb 25, 2015 | 27:29It was a love triangle among teens that included sexting and sharing nude photos. One of them was charged and found guilty of possession and distribution of child pornography. Critics argue the law used to convict her was never meant to be used this way.
The Current - 23 year-old Canadian woman joins ISIS in Syria - Feb 25, 2015Feb 25, 2015 | 21:58The Current 23 year-old Canadian woman joins ISIS in Syria - Feb 25, 2015 Audio
The Current 23 year-old Canadian woman joins ISIS in Syria - Feb 25, 2015 Feb 25, 2015 | 21:58She left without telling her family, calling when she arrived in Syria. It was an online religious course that led a moderate Muslim Canadian, 23 year-old, towards a female ISIS recruiter. Natalie Clancy brings us the story of a young woman lost to ISIS.
The Current - Israeli PM Netanyahu contradicts the Mossad on Iran's nuclear threat - Feb 25, 2015Feb 25, 2015 | 25:00The Current Israeli PM Netanyahu contradicts the Mossad on Iran's nuclear threat - Feb 25, 2015 Audio
The Current Israeli PM Netanyahu contradicts the Mossad on Iran's nuclear threat - Feb 25, 2015 Feb 25, 2015 | 25:00Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned the UN that Iran was months away from having nuclear weapons. But a leaked document suggests Netanyahu's own intelligence agency was contradicting him on Iran's ability to make a nuclear bomb. Or was it?
The Current - Women get ahead in Canada's public service - Feb 24, 2015Feb 24, 2015 | 27:30The Current Women get ahead in Canada's public service - Feb 24, 2015 Audio
The Current Women get ahead in Canada's public service - Feb 24, 2015 Feb 24, 2015 | 27:30Twenty-five years ago, women made up 14 per cent of Canada's federal public service. Today, they make up 55 per cent. Our project By Design looks at what went right and what's still to be done.
The Current - Cyber criminals target implanted medical devices to hack remotely - Feb 24, 2015Feb 24, 2015 | 25:00The Current Cyber criminals target implanted medical devices to hack remotely - Feb 24, 2015 Audio
The Current Cyber criminals target implanted medical devices to hack remotely - Feb 24, 2015 Feb 24, 2015 | 25:00Marc Goodman used to be a Futurist-in-Residence for the FBI figuring out how criminal minds would use new technology to kill. He explains why criminals are head with the latest technology and why some hackers are targeting pacemakers and insulin pumps.
The Current - Parents debate merits of Ontario's new sex-ed curriculum - Feb 24, 2015Feb 24, 2015 | 21:58The Current Parents debate merits of Ontario's new sex-ed curriculum - Feb 24, 2015 Audio
The Current Parents debate merits of Ontario's new sex-ed curriculum - Feb 24, 2015 Feb 24, 2015 | 21:58Sex-ed in the 60s didn't have LGBTQ in the lexicon, sexting didn't exist and contraception was rudimentary. Some of that is still missing in today's sex ed classes. But now Ontario is revising sex education and some parents believe its too much.
The Current - The Design Behind ... Rubik's Cube - Feb 23, 2015Feb 23, 2015 | 3:12The Current The Design Behind ... Rubik's Cube - Feb 23, 2015 Audio
The Current The Design Behind ... Rubik's Cube - Feb 23, 2015 Feb 23, 2015 | 3:12Paul Hoffman of the Liberty Science Center in New Jersey has designed a 7,000 square feet museum exhibition detailing the math, science and secrets of the Rubik's cube. He shares the story behind the invention of the 3X3X3 cube puzzle.
The Current - Public Health experts want nosodes taken off the market - Feb 23, 2015Feb 23, 2015 | 27:30The Current Public Health experts want nosodes taken off the market - Feb 23, 2015 Audio
The Current Public Health experts want nosodes taken off the market - Feb 23, 2015 Feb 23, 2015 | 27:30Nosodes are homeopathic vaccines, meant to ward off everything from measles to the flu, but with no peer-reviewed science. Canadian homeopaths are still recommending them to parents and public health experts want Health Canada to tighten the rules.
The Current - SaskPower's Carbon Capture clean energy project debatable, despite success - Feb 23, 2015Feb 23, 2015 | 25:00The Current SaskPower's Carbon Capture clean energy project debatable, despite success - Feb 23, 2015 Audio
The Current SaskPower's Carbon Capture clean energy project debatable, despite success - Feb 23, 2015 Feb 23, 2015 | 25:00SaskPower is burning coal and capturing its emissions with the first Carbon Capture and Storage operation, surpassing expectations. But what some say is an environmentally responsible way to use fossil fuel, critics argue it enables bad energy policy.
The Current - Critics warn Bill C51 not receiving the scrutiny it needs - Feb 23, 2015Feb 23, 2015 | 22:00The Current Critics warn Bill C51 not receiving the scrutiny it needs - Feb 23, 2015 Audio
The Current Critics warn Bill C51 not receiving the scrutiny it needs - Feb 23, 2015 Feb 23, 2015 | 22:00George Orwell's characters in a dystopian 1984 argued that the public needed to be protected from threats it could not see, regardless of what people did or did not understand. Critics of Canada's new anti-terror legislation don't like the parallels.

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