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President Trump allows ISPs to share & sell customers’ private data

President Trump allows ISPs to share & sell customers’ private data

In his yet another controversial decision, U.S. President Donald Trump has repealed the rules that banned Internet service providers (ISPs) from selling their customers’ private information.

Thus, ISPs like Comcast, Verizon and AT&T are no longer be obligated to seek their customers’ consent before sharing or selling their private data. In other words, ISPs do not have to notify their customers about what sort of data they collect and share with others.

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Trump’s executive order threatens US’ disaster prevention efforts: experts say

Trump’s executive order threatens US’ disaster prevention efforts: experts say

Experts have once again warned that U.S. President Donald Trump’s recently issued executive order to sweep away Obama administration’s climate change regulations could endanger efforts to build resilience to potential natural disasters.

Oxfam America’s climate change policy manager Heather Coleman and many other experts have warned that Trump’s executive order would make it harder to for government to cap global temperature increase to 1.5 degrees Celsius.

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Scientists plan to march against Trump’s anti-science views

Scientists plan to march against Trump’s anti-science views

Thousands of scientists will take to the streets on April 22nd to rally against the Trump administration’s alleged moves to suppress evidence-based research on climate change.

A Washington-based nonprofit, dubbed the Earth Day Network, has confirmed that they were organizing a rally against Trump’s history of anti-science. The rally will take place in the national capital on 22nd of April, which is celebrated every year as Earth Day.

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Trump could disrupt NASA’s planned missions

Trump could disrupt NASA’s planned missions

As President-elect Donald Trump hasn’t said much about space during his election campaign, the future of NASA’s space missions apparently remain in the doldrums.

Trump’s transition team has a number of people who have already shown interest in returning to the Moon. Thus, or only natural satellite could be back in play.

Currently, the government-run space agency has plans to send astronauts around the Moon in a chain of missions scheduled to take place in the 2020s. The Trump administration can actually change those plans to land Americans again on the Moon.

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Industry leaders urge Trump to approve Dakota Access Pipeline

Industry leaders urge Trump to approve Dakota Access Pipeline

Industry leaders have urged President-elect Donald Trump to approve the highly-disputed Dakota Access Pipeline that would span four states and cross under a Missouri River reservoir in southern part of North Dakota near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.

The $3.8 billion oil pipeline project has long been opposed by environmentalists and locals. Earlier this week, the U.S. Department of the Army declared that it wouldn’t allow the pipeline to be drilled under the dammed section of the Missouri River.

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Global warming isn’t hoax: Chinese minister says

Global warming isn’t hoax: Chinese minister says

The notion of global warming is not a hoax as suggested by president-elect Donald Trump, China’s Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin argued.

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More women asking about IUDs after Trump’s victory

More women asking about IUDs after Trump’s victory

Amid increased concerns over the potential end of birth control services through the Affordable Care Act (ACA), more and more women are searching about long-lasting birth control methods like intrauterine devices (IUDs).

President-elect Donald Trump repeatedly vowed during his election campaign that he would scrap the ACA. He also proposed to punish women who opt for abortions as well as doctors who help in the procedure.

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Trump’s victory complicates global climate deal

Trump’s victory complicates global climate deal

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s victory has apparently cast doubts over the fate of the landmark Paris Agreement on climate change.

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World determined to shift to low emissions: U.N. climate chief says

World determined to shift to low emissions: U.N. climate chief says

There is no doubt that the whole world is determined to shift to a low-emission and resilient society, the United Nation’s climate chief Patricia Espinosa said during a meeting of delegates in the Moroccan city of Marrakech.

Amid uncertainty over how the U.S. presidential election will affect the landmark Paris Agreement, Espinosa told delegates that nobody can doubt that the world needs to change.

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