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In this issue, you'll hear how Japan's spiraling reactor accident could threaten the future of nuclear power - how residents in Tokyo were alerted by a new early warning system – how newer nuclear plant designs are more resilient to natural disaster – and how people around the globe were quickly able to mobilize online to provide relief for Japan. Plus, you'll learn about proposed U. S. legislation that would give the President authority to shut down the Internet in case of a cyber emergency. You'll hear how protestors are using the Internet and digital media to support mass movements against autocratic governments. You'll learn how the creators of new location-based services are aiming to be much more social. And you’ll hear news from the worlds of Biomedicine, Technology and Communications.
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