Day 6·Episode 470

Amazon workplace injuries, enforcing privacy laws, photographing climate change, hockey in North Korea & more

Why injuries in Amazon warehouses are twice the U.S. national average, why Canadian privacy commissioners can't enforce their rulings, photographer Paul Nicklen brings climate change to your social media feeds, why Canada's ban on solitary confinement might not actually end it, a documentary maker who embedded with North Korea's national men's hockey team and more.
(Top left to right: Evan Mitsui/CBC, Göran Ehlmé, Fred Thornhill/Reuters. Bottom left to right: Chris Young/The Canadian Press, Matt Reichel)
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Why injuries in Amazon warehouses are twice the U.S. national average, why Canadian privacy commissioners can't enforce their rulings, photographer Paul Nicklen brings climate change to your social media feeds, why Canada's ban on solitary confinement might not actually end it, a documentary maker who embedded with North Korea's national men's hockey team and more.