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Apple Says No to Inconvenient Facts & Venezuelan Blackout a Cyber Attack?

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Gregory Wrightstone, geologist and author of Inconvenient Facts: The Science That Al Gore Doesn't Want You To Knowlaunched the Inconvenient Facts app and all was going well until Apple decided to drop the smartphone application from it’s App Store. Why would Apple do this after it had generated thousands of downloads and provided rigorously documented facts on an important topic? Hint: Al Gore is on Apple's board of directors. As Venezuela endured one of its worst blackouts in recent memory this week, the government claimed the widespread outage of power, phone and internet were due to a foreign cyber attack attempting to unseat Maduro. Mike Daugherty, CEO of LabMD and author of The Devil Inside the Beltway: The Shocking Expose of the US Government's Surveillance and Overreach Into Cyber-security, Medicine and Small Business, will join me.

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