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26 Oct 2021

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Hack brings you the stories that matter to young people. Every weekday host Avani Dias and the triple j Hack team cover the latest news, politics and culture from all around Australia.

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    Net zero by 2050

    After years of arguing among themselves, the government has finally revealed its plan to get to net zero carbon emissions by 2050. But experts and young people have criticised it for its reliance on coal, and lack of investment in renewable energy. Plus, can filtering your interests through niche dating apps help you find love? Live guests: Tim Wilson, Assistant Energy Minister

  • Posted on 26 Oct 2021

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    Deadly film props

    The fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of her Hollywood film, Rust, has sparked calls to improve working conditions across the Australian film industry. Social media companies could soon be forced to ask for parents' permission before accessing teen data or face millions of dollars in fines. Plus, meet the Aussie musos working to slash their carbon footprint and address climate change. Live guests: Remy Hii, Australian Hollywood actor Dr Joanne Orlando, digital wellness researcher at Western Sydney University Tracey Dodd, sustainability researcher at the University of Adelaide

  • Posted on 25 Oct 2021

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    The Shakeup: Melbourne reopens, doxxing and getting ‘The Ick’

    It's the Shake Up and we're talking… Melbourne ending the world’s longest lockdown, whether doxxing someone is ever okay, and why we’re ditching our partners over super trivial things. Join Hack's Ange McCormack with West Australian journo Jenna Clarke, and Housewarming podcast host Marty Smiley.

  • Posted on 22 Oct 2021

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    Can doxxing be ethical?

    An American TikToker has exposed the personal details of more than 60 people for their problematic, and sometimes criminal behaviour. But not everyone agrees his actions are justified. One of Australia's richest people has announced he's donating $1.5 billion dollars of his personal wealth to dealing with climate change. Plus, how a Bondi Hipster is taking on politics donations. Live guests: Collette Snowden, media and technology researcher this at the University of South Australia Mike Cannon-Brookes, Australian billionaire and the co-founder of software company Atlassian Christiaan Van Vuuren, actor and comedian

  • Posted on 21 Oct 2021

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    How safe are alcohol delivery services?

    A ton of alcohol delivery services have popped up across the country during the pandemic. They can be super convenient - but some people are worried they could also be damaging and even fatal. Young people all over the world are getting ready to protest at Glasgow’s climate conference, including a 16-year-old climate activist from the US. Plus, while Canberra is on track to become the most vaccinated places in the world, remote Indigenous communities are still struggling to get their first jabs. Live guests: Professor Peter Miller, alcohol and violence researcher at Deakin University Alexandria Villaseñor, American climate activist Professor James Ward, Pitjantjatjara and Nukunu epidemiologist from The University of Queensland

  • Posted on 20 Oct 2021

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