September 26th, 2014
Episode 16 of 1011 episodes
There's growing concern over what's being described as a 'deadly' new internet threat - the Shellshock bug - which hackers have been trying to exploit in attacks on websites and servers. Canada and the European Union sign a landmark free trade agreement, but there are concerns it's undemocratic. Plus, as food prices spiral around the world, the BBC's Samira Hussain reports on the resourceful New Yorkers who search through rubbish for discarded, but perfectly edible, food. Plus, there's our usual round-up of the week's big stories, from Apple's latest woes to the offer of unlimited holiday.
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