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In a new poll released by Amnesty International, 71% of respondents expressed fear over how Big Tech is taking and using their personal data. News
'A Damning Indictment': Global Poll Shows 71% Support Regulation of Tech Giants to Protect Data Privacy
"People want to see an end to tech companies trampling over our right to privacy."
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U.S. President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attend the NATO summit at the Grove Hotel on December 4, 2019 in Watford, England.  News
Feelings Hurt by 'Two-Faced' Trudeau and Laughing NATO Leaders, Trump Leaves Summit Early in a Huff
"There is nothing he hates more than important people laughing at him."
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A Very Sick Man
Trudeau practices his meditation. CNN photo. Front photo by Jonathan Ernst/Reuters Oh man. The Stable Genius just fell off the world stage at London's NATO meeting, and it was not pretty. His speech slurred and his eyes amphetamine-huge, Trump's wee brain seemed spectacularly frazzled, perhaps by...
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"On a day-to-day basis, the impacts of climate change play out through extreme and "abnormal" weather. (Photo: U.S. Forest Service) Views
The Hottest Years
The past decade, from 2010 to 2019, has almost certainly been the warmest in records dating back to the 19th century.
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The result of this corporate omnipresence is clear—the negotiations move at a snail’s pace and more often than not reflect the interests of global corporations, not people and the planet. (Photo: UN Climate Change/Twitter) Views
Meet the Big Polluters Sponsoring COP25
Whether it’s subsidies or the global response to this crisis, around the world, the influence of industries like the fossil fuel industry continues to hamper our policymaking to face the ecological and climate crisis.
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Greta Thunberg News
'People Are Underestimating the Force of Angry Kids': Greta Thunberg Returns to Europe for Climate Summit
At COP 25, Thunberg said, "we will continue the fight there to make sure that within those walls the voices of the people are being heard."
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WTO Shutdown: The Kids Are Alright
This is a period when on certain issues, massive, non-violent direct action is in order, as the demonstration in Seattle shows.
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A Briton is shocked at the cost of an ambulance ride in the U.S. News
'So If You're Poor, You're Dead'? Watch These Brits Gasp When They Find Out Cost of Healthcare in the United States
"The cost of American healthcare is literally unimaginable to most British people."
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After Hottest Decade Since Records Began, WMO Warns World May Face 5°C Rise by Century's End
The impacts of the climate crisis "are real and happening now and place huge pressures on communities and countries," climate scientists said.
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Humanity Is Riding Delusion to Extinction
Collective delusion—reflected in the populist, rightward, authoritarian global political wave—might just spell the end of organized human life on this planet.
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