Consultation responses had called for start of mandate to be pushed back from January 2020
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Researchers want less restrictive policies on accepting money from the Chinese telecom giant -- but that appears unlikely, given recent federal policy moves and legal action against the company. Professors also question why they aren't involved in making decisions on bans.
Extinction Rebellion activists are threatening to shut down Heathrow Airport with drones.
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Despite a ban on Department of Defense funding going to colleges that host Confucius Institutes, dozens of colleges across the country still have the Chinese-government funded centers.
Under gray skies, smiling 8- and 9-year-olds in shiny raincoats skip across the Portland State University campus. Infants and toddlers are napping in the student center.
Declines heaviest among small colleges, men, and states of Florida and Illinois
A New York teacher singled out African-American students and cast them as slaves in a mock "auction" as part of a social studies lesson in March.
A proposal by the UK security agency GCHQ to eavesdrop on encrypted messages has been strongly criticised by big tech firms and rights groups.
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