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Listen this week for an entertaining 30-minute look at the most interesting technology and science stories from the last seven days, with’s Olivia Solon, Liat Clark and Nicholas Tufnell.

Once again is proving to be a hot mess. Remember all that sensitive personal information they promised they wouldn’t give to insurers? They gave it to insurers. Liat takes a look at how medical professionals are trying to treat the strange phenomenon of phantom limbs, and we discuss the news that the European Union and Brazil have agreed to lay a fibre-optic undersea communications cable across the Atlantic in an attempt to “guarantee” net neutrality — is this the beginning of a balkanised web?

This week:

Top stories
1) The saga continues
2) Get an injection, pee on a stick, get a cancer diagnosis
3) Harvard researcher caught mining dogecoins. Much regret. Many discipline
4) AR helps amputee experience first pain-free night in 48 years
5) Mobile World Congress special report

Discussion stories
1) NSA-dodging undersea cable to connect Brazil and EU

Show produced and edited by: Olivia Solon

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