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Bristol Broadband Co-operative
Mobile phone: liberation or curse? With Ella Mapes and James Bodington
Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  Contact Contributor
Feb. 19, 2020, 4:49 p.m.
This week we begin with a look at the relationship young people have with the mobile phones they have been brought up with.How dependent on these media devices have they become and to what extent are they addicted to using them? With social media sites like Facebook and Instagram they use to share stories with their friends and keep up with the news are they worried about what these commercial businesses are doing with the profiling information these firms are gathering on them and selling on? Do they find it difficult to switch off their phones and spend time without them? How does social media compare with older, traditional forms of mass media such as newspapers and television?

Andreas Rocksen has a career as a producer for SVT the Swedish state broadcaster and in 2019 his two hour investigative documentary Cold Case Hammarskjold won best documentary at the Sundance film festival in the USA. Along with investigative journalist Mads Brugger and the crew he uncovered details of the 1961 assassination of the UN secretary General Dag Hammarskjold by a secret white supremacist army called SAIMA, pronounced Saimar which, in retrospect to this day, has stopped the United Nations fulfilling its original aims. The South African Institute for Maritime Research was a cover for UK/US and French corporate mining interests in Southern Africa and these far-right financiers had no intention of allowing post-colonial elected leaders to control the resources of their countries.
Along the way the filmmakers discovered that, apparently, the CIA had been also using the services of the secret racist SAIMR army, in next door Mozambique, to inject black people with the AIDS virus, under cover of offering them vaccinations, and in an attempt to kill off the back population.
BBC Storyville.
Murder in the Bush: Cold Case Hammarskjöld
Ex-mercenary claims South African group tried to spread Aids

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