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Technology is not an important part of the campaign for most parties, but the subject is nevertheless becoming increasingly important. Do we need a Ministry of Digital Affairs? What do the parties think of the large tech companies that are only getting bigger? And about privacy: does the encryption in chat apps need to be improved?
In this episode of the Bright Podcast, we briefly discuss the positions of the parties participating in the elections, and point you to more places where you can become wiser.
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