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Trump’s administration transmitted a clear signal that will not more accept the existing trade norms

The Trump administration on Saturday, at G-20 finance ministers meeting in Baden-Baden, rejected a statement from other leading economies that warned against the perils of trade protectionism, after German officials insisted to include in the meeting’s joint statement language stressing the importance of free trade and that it should be conducted in a “rules based” manner, following existing standards and agreements.

New rules to stop broadband providers to abuse personal information

Federal regulators (FCC) have approved unprecedented new rules to ensure that broadband providers do not abuse their customers' personal information generated while using the Internet. The rules, passed Thursday, require Internet providers, such as Comcast and Verizon, to obtain their customers' explicit consent before using or sharing that behavioral data with third parties, such as marketing firms.

Sweden will become the world cashless society

Sweden could be set to become the world’s first cashless society over the next few years. At this time they use less physical money than any other country. Between 2009 and 2014 the total value of the banknotes and coins in circulation in Sweden dropped from 11.3 billion euros to 8.5 billion euros according to Swedish Central Bank data. Specialists expect the cash to be eliminated in a decade or even earlier. The public reaction is to sustain a such measure in majority.

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