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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative 
 Facebook trying to scare users not to share Skripal poisoning articles
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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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 Warning: Program may contain strong or potentially offensive language, including possible FCC violations.
This week we're joined by Cornwall based music journalist Sophie Sweatman who's worried about a 'passive-aggressive' message she received from Facebook after posting a link to a BBC article about the Skripal Salisbury poisoning scandal. The implication was that she should think twice about including such material on her social network feed as it may break Facebook's 'Community Guidelines. We discuss the case of the former Russian spy's 'nerve agent attack' wondering why so many aspects of the tale don't seem to make sense, and ask why, given these gaps in evidence and apparent contradictions in motive, the London media have made so little effort to investigate and interrogate the incident.

Mark Steele joins us from Merseyside to discuss the potential dangers of new 5G mobile technology which the government are ignoring and lying about
The Internet Of Things Poses Human Health Risks: Scientists Question The Safety Of Untested 5G Technology At International Conference
Replicated research shows that Millimeter waves – used by the Department of Defense in crowd control weapons – interacts with human skin and eyes.

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