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Radio Sweden Friday Edition

Published fredag 30 september 2005 kl 12.44
Orwellian cliché becoming reality: Do we need "Big Brother"?

Coming up today:

Alarm over Swedish teenagers’ changing drug habits after a police report puts drug-purchases over the internet in focus.

Catching criminals over the internet is fine - but are you willing to have all your telephone calls, SMS messages and e-mail stored to help the police track them? Politicians and civil libertarians are at odds over personal integrity in the digital age.

And freeze drying your remains instead of cremation or burial is being marketed in Sweden as an environmentally friendly alternative. We let you have your say..

We welcome a guest commentator on the programme to talk about these stories and more on Friday’s edition of Radio Sweden

Closing Music: ”Dom Andra”, Kent

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